- Fri Jan 14, 2011 9:35 am
It's perhaps also worth noting that, because a NoC "belongs" to you and is in no way endorsed by anyone else, you are entirely at liberty to remove it e.g. when the creditor corrects their own records.
There are times when a NoC is a double edged sword.
allow you to state your own point of view, but at the same time it stops automatic credit scoring, thus slowing down any credit approvals and perhaps highlighting more of a problem than you intended to show! It's certainly worth reviewing them every now and again - and removing ones if the creditor changes their records for the better.