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Order Free Credit ReportTo ensure you’re not left disappointed when you apply for a loan, credit card, mortgage, or any other form of credit, it’s wise to view your free credit history reports to identify and prevent any potential issues.

Before approving your credit application, most lenders will check your credit history reports from one or more of the UK credit reference agencies to see how well you manage your finances and assess the risk involved with lending to you.

The great news is that you’re entitled to see the same credit history reports as the lenders, and checking your own report has absolutely no effect on your credit score.  There are differences in the information provided by each agency, therefore it’s worth comparing all three reports.

Ordering your absolutely free credit report couldn't be easier.  The three UK credit reference agencies, Experian, Equifax and Call Credit, all offer 30 day free trials for their consumer credit monitoring services.  All you have to do is sign-up for the free trials, and you'll automatically receive your credit history reports free too.

If you don't want to pay the monthly subscription for the credit monitoring service, just remember to cancel your free trial before the 30 days are up.

You can order your free credit history reports using the buttons below.  If you're not sure which one to go for, please check out our Experian, Equifax and CallCredit reviews and Credit Report Comparison.  Or maybe you could try all three!



Please note: You’re only eligible for the free trial once, so if you’ve already accessed your free credit history report with one of the credit reference agencies you’ll need to either pay to access it again or sign-up for the free trial with one of the others.



#7 Russell 2012-01-25 10:50
I don't get it jp. The credit reports are free as long as you cancel your subscription within 30 days. I cancelled mine easily. These guys even have the contact numbers here.

You save £2 and get it instantly. I really don't see your point!
#6 jplevene 2012-01-10 20:00
I think the credit rating agencies are a bunch of fraudsters that Which should be pointing out.

Yes it is free then you are charged £15 or told that if you want to see your credit report after the 30 days, that will be £15. However by law you can get a Statutory Credit Report from each company for a maximum of £2.00 (not quite £15.00) and they have to pay for postage as this is posted. The £15 is online and costs them nothing.
Another way to rip off consumers!!!
#5 Krazikas 2011-10-22 11:11
I have used it, got a free report and was able to cancel it very easily..
#4 Stoozer 2011-07-08 14:04
Call Credit Free report is strange and I don't trust its free. You have to fill out details... then next page enter credit card details but no mention of "free" or any costs so I will not click the next button!
#3 credit_monster 2011-01-26 11:44
has anyone ordered a call credit report?
#2 giant_ed 2010-10-27 16:50
Quoting tiptoe:
i'm a bit dubious about ordering anything free. does anyone know how easy it is to cancel the credit report subscription after i've got a free credit report?

i know what you mean! i've ordered a free experian report though and i had no problem cancelling it.

i haven't tried equifax or call credit, but i read on another site that call credit is not so easy to cancel.
#1 tiptoe 2010-10-25 21:49
i'm a bit dubious about ordering anything free. does anyone know how easy it is to cancel the credit report subscription after i've got a free credit report?

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