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Who can look at my credit report?

Lenders will ask your permission to look at your credit report if you apply for a credit product or service. They'll check if you can afford to take on any new credit and pay it back – taking into account how you've repaid other lenders in the past.

There are three Credit Reference Agencies that will be able to provide you with your credit report, most for a small fee.

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