What do the changes mean for you?
Previously your credit report may have included information such as when you applied for credit, defaults and public record information.
With CCR, your credit report may also include additional information on your personal credit accounts like when you opened and closed the account, type of account, credit limit and up to 24 months of repayment history information.
|Credit history information||Current Credit Reporting||Comprehensive Credit Reporting (CCR)|
|Personal information, for example - name, address, date of birth||√||√|
|Open and closed dates||√|
|Type of account||√|
|Repayment history information - 24 months||√|
|Serious credit infringements||√||√|
|Public record information, for example -
bankruptcy, debt agreements,
court judgements, company directorship
We have already commenced sharing credit card, personal loan, home loan and personal overdraft credit data with credit reporting body Equifax, although you may not see this data on your credit report immediately.
Our Credit Reporting Policy was updated to include this in March 2014 and if your account was opened before that time, we let you know about the changes with a statement notification.
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