Experian Credit Score

Your Credit Status In A Number

The meaning behind the numbers

Experian CreditExpert offers an array of useful tools and expert advice to help you understand, monitor and improve your Experian Credit Score.

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Derived from your credit report

Your Experian Credit Score is based on the information provided in your Experian credit report and ranges on a scale from 0-999.

The rating scale helps give you an indication of how lenders may interpret your credit report; the higher the score, the lower the perceived risk and therefore the more likely you are to be granted credit along with potential better rates.

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Understanding your score

Your Experian Credit Score is essentially a snapshot of your current credit status and can be broken down into five categories; very poor (0 - 560), poor (561 - 720), fair (721 - 880), good (881 - 960) and excellent (961 - 999).

Monitoring your score regularly can help minimise the damage that mistakes and potential fraudulent activity can have on your creditworthiness.

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Learn to improve your score

Your Experian Credit Score is constantly changing along with your circumstances. As a higher score is seen as lower risk, it pays to make sure you’re achieving the highest credit rating possible.

Experian CreditExpert allows you to monitor your credit score history and how it fluctuates over time. Any positive or negative factors affecting your score will flag within the tool, allowing you to take action to improve your credit score.

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Further support and education

Experian CreditExpert provides useful tools, information and expert advice to help you improve and better manage your financial situation. From the useful alerts functionality, which informs you of any sudden changes to your score, to the detailed information centre, which is crammed full of useful downloadable documents.

With Experian CreditExpert, you are never short of help.

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