Credit reporting bodies
Credit reporting bodies collect information from credit providers and public sources, assemble reports on the creditworthiness of individuals and supply reports to credit providers. By getting a report from a credit reporting body you are looking at the same information that your bank or other credit provider is seeing.
Each credit reporting body has a separate set of files so they may vary.
Australian credit reporting bodies
Contact the credit reporting bodies to request a copy of your credit report or to request a correction to something on the credit report.
If you’re not eligible for a free credit check you can pay a small fee to access your credit report. The different credit reporting bodies have different options and tools for keeping track of your credit position. Remember - you can get a copy of your credit report FREE, every three months, from each credit reporting body and you don't have to pay.
Check your credit provides you with a copy of your personal credit report as held by illion, previously known as Dun & Bradstreet, enabling you to view your complete credit history, see how it is being portrayed to credit providers and request a change to your credit report.
Call: 13 23 33 or +61 3 9828 3200
Experian Australia Credit Services
An Experian Credit Report provides a snapshot of an individual’s current and historic credit information. You can order a free copy of your credit report or request a correction to your credit report.