- Tue Jun 04, 2013 1:25 pm
The reason why they dont do the £2 statutory one on line is down to a combination of them wanting you to take the more expensive route and the fact the law tells them that the Statutory one has to be a paper version (not everyone has online access that is secure).
Some people do have the rolling monthly access to either Experian or Eqifax, just to keep an eye on what is happening with their accounts, for some it is like watching paint dry, for others it is a chance to make sure that creditors and DCAs are behaving properly. It is alwasy down to the individual. I believe Equifax do a 30 day trial period, which you can also sign up to ( and then cancel if you dont want it PRIOR to the 30 days)
CallCredit do a pretty poor freebe via Noodle, which surprise surprise is part of CallCredit. But I have personally found it to be (how can it put it politely) inaccurate at the best of time!
Equifax - http://www.equifax.co.uk/
Experian - https://www.creditexpert.co.uk/index.aspx
CallCredit / Noodle - http://www.callcredit.co.uk/