Survey exposes credit search footprint confusion

March 2006
Credit Control;2006, Vol. 27 Issue 3, p64
Trade Publication
The article discusses the result of the Mortgage Intermediary Census on credit footprints in Great Britain. According to the Association of Mortgage Intermediaries, more or less 43 percent of respondents said that lender's Web sites never make it clear which footprint will be left on a client's credit file. On the other hand, 32 percent of consumers said that the information is disclosed to them once in a while.


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