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One of the main documents a lender refers to before determining whether or not they will be offering credit to an individual is a credit report. It is instrumental for individuals to maintain a healthy credit score in order to avail credit. It is also just as important to ensure that your Experian credit report has no inaccuracies or discrepancies as it could hinder your chances of taking loans.
Basically, an Experian credit report complies all of an individual’s credit history, and that data herein is based on the data received by the credit rating agency from their member credit grantors, financial institutions and banks.
An Experian credit report will hold data regarding the credit accounts of an individual along with details of all credit applications made by the individual. It is a detailed representation of the person’s loan / credit history including data regarding recent enquiries, credit cards / loans / credit accounts, payments, identity, etc. Individuals may access their Experian credit report once the requisite fees have been paid. Lenders can also check the credit report of prospective customers by paying a certain fee.
If you wish to avail credit, your credit history will play a crucial role in helping lenders determine whether or not you are a safe bet. Credit history also helps in determining the terms, conditions and interest rates that may be available to you. Moreover, the fact that lenders can also access your credit report means that it is an essential factor in your hopes of taking out loans or credit.
The Experian credit report helps you gain a fair understanding of your credit history, thereby allowing you to cease control of your finances and helping you make informed decisions that can help you remain protected from contingencies such as identity theft.
The Experian credit report will contain data in detail regarding your loan / credit history. It is basically a numeric summary that has been drawn from an individual’s repayment history of existing and / or previously used credit cards and loans. The credit report will also reflect the enquiries carried out by financial institutions and banks based on the individual’s loan application. An individual’s Experian credit score will be derived from the information contained in their Experian credit information report. Most financial institutions, banks and other lenders prefer individuals who have a higher Experian credit score.
A credit report offers you a snapshot of your credit status and overall financial health. It is a good habit to keep a tab on your credit score and review your credit report from time-to-time. Your credit report has a lot of information and keywords.
Note: Make sure the spelling of your name, mobile number and other personal information are correct in your credit report.
Individuals can attain their Experian credit reports on the internet by paying a charge of Rs.399. All you will have to do is fill in an online form to authenticate yourself and then answer the questions and provide data regarding your credit cards, loan / credit accounts. Once you have completed the requisite steps, your Experian credit report will be displayed onscreen and a copy of the report will be sent to you via email.
To ensure authentication, the individual will have to send a few documents to the credit rating agency. These documents include identity proof (voters ID or passport or PAN card), address proof (latest bank statement or telephone bill or electricity bill or purchase / sale deed or license / lease deed or passport).
You will have to fill up the Credit Report Application Form and send it to Experian. Once the application is received by them and the information on it validated, the credit report will be sent to you.
Once the application has been accepted, and the payments made, the copy of the credit report will be sent to you via speed post.
Yes you will have to pay for the credit report. The current cost is about Rs. 138 of which Rs. 100 will be the charge for the report itself and the remaining Rs. 38 is used to cover the cost of sending the report via speed post.
You will have 3 options for the payments. The first is a demand draft, the second is NEFT using net banking and the third is an NEFT through a bank.
You can get a demand draft for the appropriate amount from your bank. The details you need to remember are that it must be made in favour of “ECICI Private Ltd” and that it should be payable in Mumbai.
To make payments through NEFT using net banking you will need to use the following details.
Experian has tie-ups with over 65,000 branches of various banks. All you have to do is go to one of these banks and ask for the NEFT form. Fill up the form with the same details as those for NEFT through net banking and pay the money in cash to the bank. They will do the rest.
Yes you will be required to submit certain documents along with the application form for the credit report. They will include an identity proof and an address proof. In case you are paying via NEFT then ensure that you send a copy of the Id proof that you have used for the transfer.
You can use a passport, voters ID card or a PAN card.
Once you have filled out the form, made the relevant payments and prepared the suitable documents, you will need to send the whole lot to Experian. You can do so via the India Postal Services or vial courier. The address that you need to send the documents to is:
It will take up to 20 days from the day they receive your application, to send the report to you, provided, of course, your application is accepted.
You will not be able to cancel the request. The company will process the application and send you your report in due time.
There is no limit on the number of times you can ask for the report. However, you will have to pay for each report that you ask for.
A recent data from the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) has revealed that the infrastructure sector has seen a rise in bank credit by 18.5%. As on 2018-19, the bank credit stood at Rs.10.55 lakh crore, which is the highest since 2012-13 fiscal. In March 2018, the sector had received outstanding bank credit of Rs.8.91 lakh crore, added the report. In the fiscal year ended March 2013, there was a surge of 15.83% in the loans to infrastructure sector at Rs.7.29 lakh crore. In FY18 and FY17, growth in bank credit to the sector was negative at 1.7% and 6.1% respectively. The RBI data further revealed that bank loans to the overall industrial sector grew by 6.9% to Rs.28.58 lakh crore in FY19. In comparison, loans to industries had grown by 0.7% in FY18. In FY19, total bank credit rose 13.24% and deposits grew by 10.03%.
Bank are keen to lend to the infra sector as the growth in the manufacturing sector is subdued. Earlier banks had curtailed lending to the sector due to higher NPAs. Madan Sabnavis, Chief economist, Care Ratings told PTI, “Post the asset quality review conducted by the RBI, all the NPAs from the infrastructure sector have been recognised. Banks are now willing to lend to the sector and demand for credit from the sector has also increased”.
22 May 2019
Following the financial crisis at Infrastructure Leasing & Financial Services (IL&FS), a panel of government is urging the Ministry of Finance to reveal the necessary steps that should be follow by the Indian credit rating agencies. The panel wants to make the credit rating agencies more accountable for crisis of lenders like non-banking finance companies. Moreover, the panel is also seeking from the government a solution that will end the practice of agencies getting paid by the companies that want credit ratings. A senior panel member told Hindustan Times that the government needs to change rules so that firms seeking ratings should pay Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI) instead of rating agencies for their work.
Credit rating agencies are currently regulated by market regulator SEBI through regulations formed in 1999. Such agencies usually engage in the rating of financial instruments. Allocation of stricter norms is expected to possibly make the system more transparent thereby reducing the chances of manipulation. The panel further added that investors also go by credit ratings before buying mutual funds or parking money in fixed deposits. Last week, members of the standing committee on finance met representatives from credit rating agencies and ministry officials to discuss the functioning of the agencies.
26 February 2019
Credit rating agency ICRA has appointed Sheetal Sandhu as the company’s Group CHRO. She will be responsible in creating and offering an enhanced employee experience through digital HR. In addition, she will be involved in creating a robust inclusive culture for the organization thereby building a better brand internally as well as externally. Sheetal will report directly to Naresh Thakkar, CEO ICRA. Prior to ICRA, Sheetal was the head of Human Resources at Evalueserve, a research company. An Economic graduate from Delhi University, Sheetal has over 16 years of industry experience. Before Evalueserve, Sandhu has also worked with companies like Aricent and Cadence Design System.
4 February 2019
Experian which is a global information services company recently launched the fraud and identity industry’s first open platform designed to catch frauds, improve compliance and enhance customer service. CrossCore by Experian gives companies an easy way to connect to any tool and system in a single place regardless of whether they are Experian,internal or Third party solutions. This platform makes it possible for organisations to handle services through a common access point.It includes powerful strategy design capabilities that allow fraud and compliance teams to create and adapt strategies.
28 June 2016
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