Check Your CIBIL Credit Score & Credit Information Report Online

by Shiv Kukreja on August 8, 2012

in Credit

This post is written by Shiv Kukreja, who is a Certified Financial Planner and runs a financial planning firm, Ojas Capital in Delhi/NCR. He can be reached at skukreja@investitude.co.in

This is the 3rd post in a series of posts covering CIBIL Credit Information Report and CIBIL Credit Score. You can access the earlier two posts here:

CIBIL TransUnion credit score – role in a loan application process

CIBIL Credit Information Report

By now, you must have become well versed with the contents of a Credit Information Report and the significance of a credit score. Now it is time to know how you can access your report and know what your credit score is.

You can access your CIBIL TransUnion Score along with the full Credit Information Report for a nominal fee of Rs. 470. You are just required to fill a request form with some basic details like Name, Address, Date of Birth, Gender, Contact Details etc. and keep the self-attested copies of your Identity Proof and Address Proof ready.

You can see the application here.

Online payments can be made either through Net Banking platform of a bank or through a debit card/credit card/cash card. The net banking facility is available with 33 banks as of now. You will get a unique CIBIL registration ID and transaction ID as a confirmation on successful completion of your online payment. After the payment is made, you need to answer 3-5 questions about any of your loans or credit cards to authenticate your application. You’ll then be required to provide the soft copies of your identity proof and address proof.

If your application gets authenticated, you’ll receive your credit score and CIR in your e-mail in about 2-4 days. However, if the authentication fails, you need to take a printout of the receipt for online payment and mail it to the below mentioned CIBIL address along with your proofs.

Consumer Relations: Credit Information Bureau (India) Limited,
Hoechst House, 6th Floor, 193 Backbay Reclamation,
Nariman Point, Mumbai 400 021, India.
Tel.: 022 61404300, email: info@cibil.com

Offline Application

If you decide against going online, then you will have to take a printout of the application form, duly fill it and get a Demand Draft (DD) made worth Rs. 470. Again attach the copies of your identity and address proofs along and send it to the above mentioned address.

Also, if you wish to purchase only your Credit Information Report, then you can do so by having a DD of just Rs. 154 and follow the above mentioned process. But, in that case, the process would be offline only because there is no provision to get it online without asking for your credit score.

You also need to sign the form in order to confirm your requests. Note that the address proof (except passport) – bank statement, telephone bill, electricity bill or credit card statement should not be more than 3 months old and should be in your name matching with your name in your loan/credit card account or on your PAN card (if you do not have any loan or credit card).
Like many of us undergo physical health check-ups, I think one should get his or her credit score checked at least once a year. It will keep you aware of your credit health and make you take necessary steps to correct it whenever required.

So what are you waiting for now? Just visit the CIBIL website and get your score checked. I’m sure there will be many surprises in store for many of us. Just share your score and experiences here with us so that we have a platform to understand these things in more detail.

{ 440 comments… read them below or add one }

bemoneyaware August 8, 2012 at 10:27 AM

Very useful series. If I write about the credit score this series would surely find a place.

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Shiv Kukreja August 8, 2012 at 11:55 AM

Thanks bemoneyaware for these motivational words! It gives a huge boost to a blogger when some other highly talented blogger like you writes these words.

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bemoneyaware November 22, 2012 at 11:19 AM

We are writing about Credit Report and your series was of great help. Have referred it in my article
Understanding CIBIL CIR report

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Shiv Kukreja November 22, 2012 at 12:27 PM

Thanks bemoneyaware! You know what, I think the way you provide and present information on your website, it is one of the best I have seen so far.

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bemoneyaware November 22, 2012 at 1:24 PM

Thanks for encouraging words. I have an advantage I learn from experts like you.

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Shiv Kukreja November 22, 2012 at 5:13 PM

You are doing an excellent job and you are being modest – I think it is a deadly combination to be successful !!

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Paul August 8, 2012 at 11:19 AM

At least one credit report should be sent to the person per year as in US. Else people will not be aware of the errors and errors will keep on propagating.

When I was telling my friends about credit score and CIBIL, they were like – Its only in US and it is not in India – Remember, these are people who are in 20+ % tax bracket. Awareness should be created about credit scores and sending a free report will bring in mass publicity at very low cost.

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Shiv Kukreja August 8, 2012 at 7:00 PM

Hi Paul… I agree with you that they should share the report with people at least once a year free of charges but, at the same time, only with people who have some kind of credit history. There are a lot of factors which differentiates India and the developed economies like US.

First of all, things are yet to become systematic in India like in the west and awareness among people is quite low. People in US have “Social Security Numbers” and there are many other things to get their data at a single click. Here in India, I dont know how many different kinds of cards/numbers/KYCs we need to carry and how useful these things are to get an individual’s data.

Secondly, as compared to US, a very small no. of people in India take loans or live their lives on credits. My guess is out of 100 people, only 1 or 2 people would have a credit history in India. So, I think, issuing credit report to the rest 98-99 people would be a waste of time, money & resources.

Manshu left a comment in the first CIBIL post informing us that only credit report is issued free of charges in US and not the credit score. In India, the cost of getting your CIR only is very nominal i.e. Rs. 154, which is cheaper than a movie ticket, at least in Delhi/NCR. So if somebody really wants to check his/her credit score, spending this much money is not a big deal.

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Paul August 31, 2012 at 10:09 AM

Hi Shiv,

My point is to spread awareness credit rating companies should send an individual letter to people with whom they have record.

The people who have credit are also not aware of a credit score – especially even people working in IT/Post Graduates – they seems so detached from all these. They spend on credit cards, never pay back, switch jobs, cut cards without paying up – and finally end up with the worst credit score.

Even banks wont tell(atleast here in south) that there is a credit reporting agency who keeps record of your repayment.

The amount for credit report is peanuts, but who will take the first step. A free report (on first inclusion to credit info records) will help spread the message – We are watching you!

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Shiv Kukreja August 31, 2012 at 11:45 AM

Hi Paul… I agree with your point. There are a lot of things which Govt./RBI/Banks/CIBIL need to do with regards to awareness about all these things but I dont know why things move at such a slow speed in India. Policy formation & implementation is such a messy task here in India.

There has been a lot of noise about fresh banking licenses for quite a long time now. A few days back Govt. issued statements that the current economic situation is not encouraging and they dont see any merit in issuing fresh licenses. Instead of taking 100 steps forward, they take 1 step forward and 5 steps backwards.

My suggestion to everybody would be to become financially aware independently, remain clean as far as your credit history is concerned, dont depend on somebody to do something out of the box for you and keep moving. If you remain disciplined then you dont need anybody’s favours. I think RBI is one of the best banking regulator globally and CIBIL and RBI should take initiatives to spread awareness about the same.

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Umesh August 8, 2012 at 7:52 PM

Hi Shiv

Thanks for the next part of the series.

Actually I was asking for this information in your previous part of the series. Really you are writing a wonderful series, useful for all those who want to take loan from banks and other financial institutions.

You explained even the minute details required, to apply for the CIBIL credit score. Thanks

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Shiv Kukreja August 9, 2012 at 12:22 AM

Thanks Umesh! It feels really good to know that you liked it.

If you actually go for checking your CIBIL score then please do share your overall experience here with us.

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SRINIVAS August 16, 2012 at 9:40 PM

Gone through your article. Just checked the CIBIL score paying an amount of Rs.470/-. The Cibil Trans Union score has been mentioned as “823” on a scale of 300 to 900. Howmuch is supposed to be “GOOD”? In some columns in the CIR, DPD(Days past due) has been mentioned as XXX. What is this? Majority of columns DPD is “000”. Can it be elaborated a bit?

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Shiv Kukreja August 17, 2012 at 12:08 AM

Hi Srinivas… Your score of 823 out of 900 is a very healthy score. Usually a score of 750 or more is considered a good score. Banks would feel quite comfortable to sanction a loan or issue a credit card with your score.

“DPD or Days Past Due” indicates the no. of days by which a due payment has been delayed after the “due date of payment”. e.g. Due date of payment was August 2nd and it is still unpaid today on August 17th, then DPD is 015.

“000” implies that the payments have been made before the due date of payment in those months. “XXX” implies that information for these months has not been reported by the banks to CIBIL.

To understand your CIR in more detail, please check the previous post:

http://www.onemint.com/2012/08/03/cibil-credit-information-report/

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SRINIVAS August 17, 2012 at 9:57 AM

Thanks SHIV. You are so prompt. Just one more question!! In the CIR under “Employment Information”, “INCOME” AND “INCOME INDICATOR” have been mentioned. Where did this information come from to CIBIL? Is it what we declare at the time of applying for credit cards or loans etc., or the income is taken from TAx returns or any other source?

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Shiv Kukreja August 17, 2012 at 10:09 AM

Thanks Srinivas! You may ask as many questions as you like, no problems there.

Income information is provided by the banks to CIBIL as per your income documents like Form 16 or ITR or Salary Slips or as per the info filled by you in the application form.

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Sandy November 23, 2012 at 4:00 AM

Very informative article and discussions. Sometimes it happens that a particular credit is no longer outstanding but remains in the cibil data as was in my case. . Who is responsible cibil or the lendor for this type of blunder. This also throws questions on the authenticity of the reports. Any comments.

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Shiv Kukreja November 23, 2012 at 12:08 PM

Hi Sandy… Lenders will be responsible for most of such mistakes. CIBIL is just the repository of credit information and credit reports carry only factual information. Human errors happen and cannot be eliminated.

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Manshu August 20, 2012 at 8:26 PM

That looks like a pretty fantastic score.

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SRINIVAS August 20, 2012 at 11:29 PM

Great. That is good news.

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Shakti August 17, 2012 at 2:35 PM

hello,Shiv sir, I had a HDFC credit card which is into settlement now, and when I am applying any other credit card it getting rejected, please help how to check the details and will my CIBIL b updated after paying the settle ment amount????

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Shiv Kukreja August 17, 2012 at 7:35 PM

Hi Shakti, please dont address me as Shiv sir, I’m a common man like you only.

Yes it is highly likely that your application for a new credit card is getting rejected due to your past settlement row with the HDFC Bank. You can get access to your Credit Information Report and CIBIL Credit Score by following the above mentioned process. Applying online, you’ll get your CIR within 2-4 days in which you’ll get all the details about your credit history.

Also, once you pay off the settlement amount to the HDFC Bank it’ll get updated with CIBIL within 30-60 days. My advice to you is don’t go for a partial settlement with the bank. A partial settlement will leave a negative impact on your credit score, either pay it off completely or if you think your stand is right, then approach banking ombudsman against the bank for a clean settlement.

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Sachin August 25, 2012 at 12:16 PM

Please help me with my score.
PAN number is BBUPS8526F

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Shiv Kukreja August 26, 2012 at 1:03 AM

Hi Sachin… This is not how you are going to get your CIBIL Credit Score. Please read the full post above and follow the process to get your score. You can check the instructions from this link also: https://www.cibil.com/online/credit-score-check.do

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R Srinivas August 28, 2012 at 5:51 PM

Hello Shiv,

Good information that you are sharing with everybody.

I have taken the CIR Report online and see that I have some settlements which were done 2-3 years back. I have all the letters provided by the Banks. They were around 5 Credit Cards and 1 PL. Due to some issues, I could not pay on time. But I have cleared all of them and have been provided with Settlement letters and in some has been mentioned that it will be updated in CIBIL report in 45-60 days. But it has already past 1 year and nothing has happened. Now if I apply for a loan it is getting rejected.

Could you please guide me how I can get my name cleared in CIBIL. I have been maintaining my bank accounts very well and my 2-wheeler loans as well. I assume that the score need for a Loan is above 750. Is that Correct.

Also can I contact Bank Ombudsman. Will they be able to clear my Name ?

Thanks !

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Shiv Kukreja August 28, 2012 at 7:35 PM

Hi… If you got your loans “settled” then it might have resulted in a negative score for you. But if you think your stand was right most of the times, then I think you need not approach the ombudsman as of now. Please check these links:

http://www.cibil.com/consumer-dispute-resolution
http://www.cibil.com/faq/dispute-consumer
https://www.cibil.com/online/file-consumer-dispute.do

Just fill & submit the “Online Dispute Form” and relax for the next 30 days. CIBIL will do its work and get back to you in some time. Though very unlikely, in case CIBIL is not able to resolve your dispute, you can consider approaching the respective banks and/or taking further action. Approaching the ombudsman should be the last thing in your list of actions.

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R Srinivas August 28, 2012 at 10:20 PM

Thank You for the Quick Response. Let me give it a try through the links that you have provided. Hope everything works out fine. Thanks once again.

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Shiv Kukreja August 28, 2012 at 11:13 PM

You are most welcome! I hope it works for you, thanks!

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R Srinivas October 4, 2012 at 8:56 PM

Hello Shiv,

I have received my CIBIL score and it is 819. However, I am still not receiving any Loans. I had applied for a loan and it was rejected.

I think the score is good but I still see that for some Credit cards it is mentioned as settled or WO and that is the reason that I am not getting any loans.

Anything that I can do to get this corrected.

Thanks !

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Shiv Kukreja October 6, 2012 at 1:49 PM

Hi Srinivas… WO is “Written-Off”. Both Settled and Written-Off are considered as the negative factors in your loan approval. Contact the lender, show your report to the lender and get it rectified in your report. If the demand is genuine, then try to pay it off and get the report updated.

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Paul August 31, 2012 at 10:16 AM

Hi Shiv,
Suppose I have a credit card with Rs. 1 lakh credit limit.

Case 1 : –
I spend Rs. 30K on the card. The billing date is 15th of the month. I repaid the entire amount on 14th and the billed amount to me is Rs.0/-
Case 2:-
I spend Rs.30K on card. The bill was generated for same amount on 15th with payment due date of 30th. Repaid full amount on 30th.
Case 3:-
Not using a credit card you own(Missing convenience,cash rolling and interest earned-though meager)

Which is the best way to improve credit credit score? Case 1, case 2 or case 3.
Also is Case 1 and 2 looks same when it comes to credit scores?

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Shiv Kukreja August 31, 2012 at 12:51 PM

Hi Paul… I dont know the deep scientific process of CIBIL score as far as case 1 & case 2 are concerned but to me both look very similar and logically should enhance your score with a positive bias towards case 1 i.e. paying your bill well before the last due date.

Case 3 is a bit unique thing. Not using it at all should not improve your score ideally as they would think the card might have been destroyed by you or you have forgotten about it after keeping it in your locker. But using it very very occasionally and paying it well on time should improve your score in a very healthy manner. I hope it makes sense to you what I want to say!

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Paul August 31, 2012 at 1:06 PM

Thanks Shiv

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Shiv Kukreja August 31, 2012 at 1:08 PM

You are welcome Paul!

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srinivas September 26, 2012 at 4:59 PM

sir,

I have settled my credit card payment twoyears back,recently i have applied for ICICI credit card, which was rejected due to CIBIL rating. How can i know my CIBIL rating now.

pls help

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Shiv Kukreja September 27, 2012 at 10:24 AM

Hi srinivas… You can check your CIBIL credit score & the settlement details of your previous credit card by applying for Credit Information Report (CIR) online – https://www.cibil.com/online/credit-score-check.do

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Ashok September 26, 2012 at 5:48 PM

Hi Shiv.
greetings of the day
there are 3 loan cases of house hold items from bajaj finance and I have the NOC and one credit card of HDFC which I settled in 2007. How can I convert my bad CIBIL report to good one.

regards

ashok

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Shiv Kukreja September 27, 2012 at 10:33 AM

Hi Ashok… If you ‘settled’ your credit card balance payment in 2007 and there was still some demand from HDFC which they had written-off at the time of settlement, then you can improve your score by paying that balance amount.

Please go through this post to check how you can improve your score – http://www.onemint.com/2012/08/14/cibil-credit-score-negative-factors-and-ways-to-improve-your-score/

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Amit Mohanty October 2, 2012 at 12:25 PM

Hi…
Its an wonderful post !
I recently checked my CIBIL report and I have few questions regarding it …

1. I had taken an education loan in 2005 from SBI and closed it in june,2010.I have the closure document as well but in the report the status does not show closed.

2. My income is very wrongly quoted in the report.They have forgotten to add a zero 🙂

My score has become below 700.I have no default history.I have never made a single late payment and my credit cards are almost unused.

Do you think the above 2 points have led to the problem?

What am I supposed to do ?Once corrected how will it take to improve my score.

Thanks !

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Shiv Kukreja October 3, 2012 at 1:14 AM

Hi Amit… Yes, it is very much possible that these two points are negatively impacting your credit score. I think you should make a Dispute Resolution Request to CIBIL for the same – https://www.cibil.com/online/ManageDisputeDetailsAction.do?action=showDisputePage

It takes 30 days for CIBIL and the respective lender(s) to process this request. Once corrected, it should take 45-60 days for your CIBIL report to get updated.

Please check this post for more info about it – http://www.onemint.com/2012/09/14/cibil-dispute-resolution-process-rectification-of-discrepancies-in-credit-report/

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Tadikonda October 5, 2012 at 1:56 PM

Hi Shiv, I have taken a CBIL Report by paying Rs.154 (approx) about 2 yrs back. Report did not mention the score. When i tried calling CBIL office. they mention i should contact Bank for the score details. Is it true ? Is there any other way to know my score ?

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Shiv Kukreja October 6, 2012 at 1:33 PM

Hi Tadikonda… There are 2 versions of CIBIL Credit Information Report (CIR) – one with CIBIL credit score and the other one, without it. With score, it is charged Rs. 470 as of now and without score it is Rs. 154. If you want to check your score, go for the one which costs Rs. 470. No bank would be able to provide you this report.

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JYOTI October 7, 2012 at 11:04 PM

MY CIBIL Score is 565. I Had 3 crdit cards out of which I had made Full payment for the credit card from HDFC and ICICI but still the Bank has shown my report as settled in CIBIL. I had not made any partial payment. How Can i get the same rectified. Also the 3rd credit card belongs to CITI BANK which I have never taken from them but still they have shared the same under my name as Written off. Now I am unable to get any Loan or credit card from other Banks as all are getting rejected . Please help as to how can i get my CIBIl score improved.

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Shiv Kukreja October 8, 2012 at 11:26 AM

Hi Jyoti… To save your time, you should approach CIBIL first with your Dispute Resolution Request. Check out this post to know how you could do that.

If it fails to resolve your dispute, then I think you need to contact/approach all the 3 banks and make sure their demands are unjustified. Check with HDFC and ICICI why they have qualified your account as ‘Settled’ despite making full payment against the charges.

Check with Citi the details of the credit card and at which all locations the credit card got used, if at all. If all this fails to resolve your problems, you can still approach the banking ombudsman.

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Shiv Kukreja October 8, 2012 at 1:47 PM
ravikanth October 10, 2012 at 3:37 PM

how can i check my credit score and any outstanding online

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Shiv Kukreja October 10, 2012 at 7:59 PM

Hi Ravikanth… Just read the post above or visit https://www.cibil.com/online/credit-score-check.do and follow the instructions.

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flower October 12, 2012 at 9:28 AM

Hi Shiv,

I had personal loan from icici bank and paid all the payment and CURRENT BALANCE -ZERO now.

My payment history in the cibil report starts from 09-2008 to 08 -2011 (36 months). In between these 36 months I have DPD as 025 for 6 months. Will this dpd will be removed from my report in future? How it will be removed since I have already paid the full amount and there is notthing to pay and remove this dpd from my report.

my current score is 834 but when i applied for another personal loan in dec 2011, it was rejected at 2 banks. I thought anything above 750+ score is good for banks to approve. I still don’t understand the reason for rejection.

Pls advise.

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Shiv Kukreja October 12, 2012 at 6:26 PM

Hi flower… CIBIL is a safekeeper of your info and is required to maintain all the records in its exisiting form for a minimum period of 7 years. DPD (Days Past Due) of 025 (25 days) is a factual information and though you have fully paid your personal loan now, it will remain there in your report for the next 7 years. CIBIL does not remove these details, even if you desire so.

But, 834 is a good score and there could be some other reasons also for the banks’ rejection of your loan application. Did you check it with the banks their reason for the loan rejection? If they tell you it is due to your negative CIBIL report then I think it is due to your late payments on the 6 or more occasions out of those 36 months.

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bharat sisodia October 16, 2012 at 6:08 PM

hello maine hsbc ka credit card liya tha uska sattelment aadhe bill me karke payment de diya tha abhi maine dusre card ke liye apply kiya to reject ho gaya to kya karna chahiye pls bataye thank you

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Shiv Kukreja October 17, 2012 at 12:41 PM

Hi Bharat… Settlement aapke CIBIL score ko negatively affect karta hai. Apne score ko improve karne ke liye aapko HSBC card ka remaining payment karna hoga ya phir ombudsman mein appeal karni hogi. Uske baad bhi koi guarantee nahin hai ki aapko doosra credit card issue ho jaayega. But at least aapki credit history thodi clean ho jaayegi.

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Patel October 18, 2012 at 4:06 PM

Hi Shiv,
I have settled 3 credit cards for some amount with bank(Not paid total amount).that is the only negetinve thing to my credit history as of now rest all transactions are good.
Now I am planning to go for Home Loan,Does that settlement effect my Home loan approval?

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Shiv Kukreja October 19, 2012 at 12:21 AM

Hi Patel… Normally it should but then it might not, depending on some other factors.

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suresh October 25, 2012 at 12:49 AM

how much minimum score i should have to get home loan. which bank would be eassy to get home loan if the score is less.

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Shiv Kukreja October 25, 2012 at 12:45 PM

Hi Suresh… Both of your queries are difficult to answer. There is no fixed criteria defined as such as far as your minimum credit score is concerned. A score of 750+ is concerned good but it is no way a guarantee to get a home loan or any other loan. Also, your credit score is not the only deciding factor for the banks to sanction you a loan. There are other factors also like your income, the income-expense ratio, the loan to value ratio, the tenure of the loan etc.

All the banks have their own parameters and policies to sanction a loan and it is not possible for us to analyse which bank has soft policies towards a low score applicant.

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prem rout October 25, 2012 at 3:35 PM

Hi Shiv

Thanks a lot for the information. I have registered online and paid Rs.470 in the cibil website. But due to some wrong input I couldn’t receive the details instantly,however I am awaiting the same to reach me by post and i wish to share the same with everyone of how can i clear all my issues with cibil.

Thanks Again for the info

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Shiv Kukreja October 25, 2012 at 6:17 PM

You are welcome!

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eravi October 26, 2012 at 5:52 PM

our cibil report

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Paul October 29, 2012 at 12:26 PM

Dear Shiv,

I went through most of the above posts and they are very informative. I am in the process of of a home loan application and awaiting my CIBIL report.

I have a good credit record for last 3.5 years with no negatives as far as I can think. However, I had personal loan payment delays and late fees on credit cards during 2005 to 2007. I have paid all the outstanding dues in full during the closure period and should not have any current outstanding other than a well maintained credit card.

While I am yet to receive my credit scores, do you think my poor records during 2005 – 2007 can influence againt this loan approval even though I had settled dues during 2008 and have been maintaining all transactions very well since last 3.5 years.

I had also applied for another credit card a year ago from another bank and had received the same as well (Well maintained too)

Also, even if I get a decent credit score of 700 +, do you also think other factors like an excellent monthly income with no other loans and minimal expenses would contribute towards approval/rejection of home loan application?

While I wait for the report and loan application status, do you think if there is anything else I could do right now (contact bank to validate or apply home loans at multiple banks at the same time)

Regards,
Paul

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Shiv Kukreja October 29, 2012 at 8:32 PM

Thanks Paul!

It is very difficult for me to forecast whether you’ll be able to get a home loan or not based on the info provided. Even if one’s credit score comes out to be an excellent one, it is difficult to tell a borrower if he/she meets the lenders’ eligibilty criteria.

“an excellent monthly income with no other loans and minimal expenses” would definitely serve in your favour and increase your chances of getting a loan. This one I’m sure of.

There is nothing you can do to improve your score or eligibility in a very short period of time. But, if you find any discrepancy in your credit report, you can definitely raise a Dispute Request online to get the discrepancy corrected and thereby improve your score and chances to get the loan with ease.

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dhanu November 2, 2012 at 6:24 PM

Hi Shiv,

Great Info.
I have two credit cards. In those there was outstanding amount to pay. Due to my financial reasons I have not paid the amount. I have not paid the amount since last 3 years.
I am planning to pay the amount now.
1) If I clear the amount for the both the credit cards now, will it be possilbe to increase my credit score ? If yes how much time it will take?
Some of my friends told me that if we clear the outstanding also there is no use. credit score wil not be increased.
Kindly let me know.

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Shiv Kukreja November 3, 2012 at 2:06 PM

Thanks Dhanu!… To err is human, but to repeat the mistake or not to improve on it is foolish. If you feel that you did a mistake earlier, then it is better to get rid of its shadow as soon as possible. Even if your friends are right and it does not improve your score immediately, I would suggest you to take the right path and pay off the whole balance as soon as possible. I do not want to guess the time but sooner or later it will help you to improve your credit history.

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venkateswaran November 2, 2012 at 8:26 PM

How can i get free cibil score
thanks and regards
venkateswaran.v

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Shiv Kukreja November 3, 2012 at 2:08 PM

I have no idea, sorry.

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Madhu M November 3, 2012 at 9:53 PM

Hi Shiv,

I took education loan from Andhra Bank for 44,000 and with interests the amount is very huge now.
Bank is offering me OTS (One Time Settlement) reducing the amount now.

But am worried about my cibil score, will OTS mess my cibil score.
Please guide me, what shall i do..?
Shall i Pay the complete amount.. ??

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Shiv Kukreja November 4, 2012 at 12:57 PM

Hi Madhu… Ideally you should pay off whole of the outstanding balance.

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Sona November 4, 2012 at 3:00 PM

Hi… just wanted to check if the home loan balance also appear in the CIBIL record… I cd not able to find the same…but I could see the enquiry details by bankers which they did before disbursing the amount.

Regards

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Shiv Kukreja November 4, 2012 at 9:32 PM

Hi Sona,

Yes, the “current outstanding balances” appear in your credit report.
http://www.onemint.com/2012/08/03/cibil-credit-information-report/

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Faez November 4, 2012 at 8:08 PM

Hi,
Good Job Shiv and your support in this blog.
I haven’t availed any loans from any of the lenders so far. What will be my credit score and CIBIL report.

Thanks and regards,

Faez

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Shiv Kukreja November 5, 2012 at 11:03 AM

Thanks Faez,
An applicant gets a score of -1 (historically NH) when he/she does not have a credit history.

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LAD SHIVAJI LAXMAN November 6, 2012 at 1:59 PM

credit report

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Prabhu V November 8, 2012 at 3:18 PM

Hi,

Iam prabhu. i have got an offer from HDFC bank for pre-approve loan of Rs. 67000.

Banker agent has informed collected all my documents.

After 3 days they are saying. some of the credit card payment has been delayed by you.

But iam not using credit card. My loan number is 22829694.

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Shiv Kukreja November 9, 2012 at 1:17 PM

Hi Prabhu… Please buy your CIBIL credit report online following the above mentioned process and you can check it yourself.

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Faez November 10, 2012 at 4:54 PM

Hi Shivji,
Once again- how can i get my CIR online from cibil website? they are asking for my pancard number which i dont have one so far. I am an NRI.
Once again thanking you for this blog…

Faez

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Shiv Kukreja November 11, 2012 at 12:48 AM

Thanks Faez!
PAN card is not mandatory to get your credit report. It is just a “recommended identity proof”. As you do not have the PAN card, you have the option of filling the identification number of your Passport or Voters ID or Driver’s License.

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Faez November 11, 2012 at 1:09 AM

Thanks Shivji,
Your quick, prompt and professional reply posts are really appreciated.
I tried logging my application for the CIR in CIBIL website, though I gave complete information including my PP and whatsoever necessary it appears to be not getting thru.
Could you please help me on this?
Regards,
Faez

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Shiv Kukreja November 11, 2012 at 1:18 AM

Sorry, I wont be able to help you in that case. I am not sure where exactly the problem lies. I think you need to contact the CIBIL customer care.

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Mohd November 11, 2012 at 3:14 PM

Dear sir,
cibil impect bad is mobil bil paying with late fee.
But it’s not regular few month bcs m not aware late fee charge and m apply a credit card is reject si please help is possible and m also hold another two banks credit cards.

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Shiv Kukreja November 12, 2012 at 1:27 PM

Hi Mohd… Sorry I’m not able to understand your query.

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Mohd November 12, 2012 at 8:06 PM

Sir
m sorry I just want is possible my some mobile postpaid bill paying regular but with late fee so that impact my cibil score or I have already another 2 bank card and one personal loan and recantly m apply another bank credit card n reject those people said my cibil is negative.

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Shiv Kukreja November 12, 2012 at 8:13 PM

Dear Mohd… Main aapki query samajh nahin pa raha hoon, aap Hindi mein apni query pooch sakte hain. Ya aap +91-9811797407 pe call kar sakte hain.

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skanthp November 14, 2012 at 2:04 AM

Hi,
My CIBIL Score is 829. Only 1 CC is in Settled status. I have already approached the bank people to close the same. It is 717 INR due. will close the same in 2days n will get a NOC also.
One CC card got closed in 2010 year but there are few DBT/SUB under DPD section for the 2008 year. Even after that i got a credit card by showing NOC. Now i am maintaining all my credit cards very well. Score is also 829.
Now i am going for LIC home loa,.. Is there any chance of Loan rejection bcoz of the DPD with DBT/SUB for the year of 2008???/

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Shiv Kukreja November 15, 2012 at 12:42 AM

Hi skahthp… 829 is a very good score and Rs. 717 for a settled credit card account is too small an amount for your loan application to get rejected. But, a few DBT/SUB in your report can play spoilsport and might make LIC HL team to scrutinize your case.

Apart from your credit score, final sanction is dependent on many other factors, primarily being the loan to value ratio and EMI to income ratio. I personally think that you should get the loan sanctioned based on the info you have provided here.

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skanthp November 15, 2012 at 12:50 AM

Thanks a lot Shiv.
I called to the SCB bank people, 1st time they told like the card is in inactive status(closed in 2006) they were unable to see any dues, they checked from back end team and confirmed it 717 due bcoz of some charges and all. When i called 2nd time they were saying there is NO DUE…and no need to pay anything and they asked to send a mail to card.services@sc.com with my full details they are ready to provide NOC with in a week (i am staying out side india so they were ready to send a mail).

Now my question here , Is there any chance of loan rejection after having all theses NOC and one closed account long back with DBT/SUB/STD status.????
Thanks in Advance.

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Shiv Kukreja November 15, 2012 at 1:15 AM

It is good to know that you have SCB’s green light now! But, nobody can tell you the probability of loan rejection with perfect accuracy. So, I think the chance of loan rejection is still there but with a very low probability. Analysing your credit report would have given me more scope to solve your query.

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skanthp November 15, 2012 at 1:35 AM

Shiv,
Please send me a test mail to s192988@gmail.com….

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Shiv Kukreja November 15, 2012 at 11:39 AM

I’ve replied to your mail, please check.

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skanthp November 15, 2012 at 2:07 AM

Please find the below my understanding. Correct me if i am wrong……
1). DPD will never change for the closed Accounts.
2). DPD will display “Date of Closed” to “Date of Opened/Disbursed” (up 36months only) for the closed accounts. Ex: Card exist from 2006 to 2008. Then DPD will display for the same period only. if there are anyDBT/SUB/STD it will remain the same and will never change bcoz the account got closed.
3). DPD will display Date reported or Certified to Date of Opened (for 36 months only) if the Account is in Active /Open status.

if i am correct in the above scenarios……Less Chances of getting Home loan for the 2nd scenario because the DPD will never change.
3rd Scenario is fine because as going months also will change so DPD will also moved.
Is there any solution ofr 2nd scenario folks?
Please correct me if i am wrong.

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Shiv Kukreja November 15, 2012 at 11:00 AM

Your credit report has factual information as reported by the respective lenders. So, facts and actual information will never change. Only misreporting by the lender or human error can cause something which is not factual.

For the closed accounts, you cannot get the DPD changed from DBT/SUB/STD to ‘000’, unless they were wrongly reported due to human errors.

Also, if your payment history is improving, then your credit history improves. But again, it cannot change the past records and the lenders go through the whole of your credit history.

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Mohd November 14, 2012 at 10:04 AM

Sir main ye janana chahta hu Kya cibil me score postpaid mobile bil ko late payment k sath dene se nagative ho jata hai

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Shiv Kukreja November 15, 2012 at 12:44 AM

Nahin Mohd, abhi tak aisa nahin hota.

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Gautam November 14, 2012 at 5:56 PM

Hi Shiv,

I have been working out of India after finishing my education abroad. I came back 6 months back after getting an opportunity here. I started applying for credit card from last month back and all of them have rejected me. The last application for which I got rejected finally let me know that the reason was a low CIBIL score. Could you suggest how can I raise my CIBIL score considering I have no credit cards and none of the banks are issuing it to me?

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Shiv Kukreja November 15, 2012 at 11:10 AM

Hi Gautam,
Please go through this post and probably then we can discuss your further queries:
http://www.onemint.com/2012/08/14/cibil-credit-score-negative-factors-and-ways-to-improve-your-score/

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Mohd November 15, 2012 at 10:40 AM

Thnx sir,
I have one more q.-
Maine last mnth SCB credit card apply kiya wo reject ho Gaya reason puchha to bataya cibil ki wajah se hua usase pahle HSBC ka apply kiya wo bho reject ho Gaya reason cibil me problem hai but I have already 2 another bank card and 1 personal loan is regular last 2 years CC also regular aur due date se pahle pay kar deta ho pls help kya main bank k against complaint Karu ya mere unscure product hai is wajah se cibil score kam ho Gaya hoga aur Kya main PL close kar do to wo normal ho jayega please sugest me.

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Shiv Kukreja November 15, 2012 at 11:35 AM

Hi Mohd,

Aap ke paas valid reasons hone chahiye for your complaint against HSBC and SCB for their rejections. Mujhe nahin lagta ki aise valid reasons aap ke paas hain. Ye companies credit card business mein hain and definitely wo bhi apna business grow karna chahte hain. In companies ke paas valid reason honge aap ka case reject karne ke.

You are right, unsecured loans se bhi aapka case weak ho jaata hai. Mere liye ye batana possible nahin hai ki PL close karne se aapki application approve ho jaayegi but bank ka risk definitely thoda kam ho jaayega.

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Mohd November 15, 2012 at 4:54 PM

Ok thanks sir

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Shiv Kukreja November 15, 2012 at 4:56 PM

You are welcome Mohd!

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Ashok November 17, 2012 at 1:07 PM

I got my CIBIL score yesterday. A healthy score of 829 !! Thanks for this article, since I did not know that we could apply online.

In my CIBIL report, they have not considered my home loan ( taken from Union Bank of India) at all. Probably public sector banks are not part of the members who are reporting.

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Shiv Kukreja November 17, 2012 at 6:56 PM

No, it is not like that. Many public sector banks are even shareholders in CIBIL and I think all of the banks share their data with CIBIL. Your loan is probably quite older. Union Bank of India (UBI) holds 5% stake in CIBIL. Please check the shareholding pattern of CIBIL from this link:
http://www.onemint.com/2012/07/23/cibil-transunion-credit-score-role-in-a-loan-application-process/

Your credit score of 829 is indeed very healthy!

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Ashok November 17, 2012 at 10:22 PM

Hello Shiv,

My home loan ( fully paid-up and closed recently ) is much more recent than some of the credit cards that were listed on the report. Back in the good old days of 2004-05 when getting a credit card was easier and a fad, I had three credit cards and all are listed in the report. Thankfully, I got out of that habit and closed all the credit cards successfully and maintaining only one for the past 7 years.

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Shiv Kukreja November 17, 2012 at 11:11 PM

Hello Mr. Ashok… What you are following is the ideal way to keep your credit history clean and that is showing in your credit score of 829. Also, I think UBI has not reported your home loan history to CIBIL, probably that is why it is not showing in your report.

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Atanu Saha November 20, 2012 at 6:38 PM

I applied for a SBI home loan and they reported that there is a write off of Rs 3245 against some credit card taken in 2003. So, I purchased the CIBIL report. I had a horrible score of 647 only. Below is my credit history.

1. ABN Amro card: Write off Rs3245
2. SCB card: No outstanding
3. ICICI bank card: negative outstanding of Rs 700. It means I paid the bank Rs 700 more
4. ICICI bank home loan: Currently running and never an outstanding
5. Axis Auto loan: closed
6. SCB auto loan: closed
7. HDFC Credit card: up and running fine.

However there are some huge enquiry made:
1. HSBC home loan: 35 lakhs
2. BOB home loan: 30 lakhs
3. Now the SBI home loan: 10 lakhs (under processing in SBI)

My query is
1. why is my score so abnormally low
2. is there anything I can do to make is closer to 750

thanks

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Shiv Kukreja November 20, 2012 at 9:13 PM

Hi Atanu… As you can see it yourself, there is nothing wrong in your credit report except the ABN credit card write-off. If you think it should not be there in your report, you can approach ABN to get it removed. You can visit this link to check the ways to improve your score otherwise:

http://www.onemint.com/2012/08/14/cibil-credit-score-negative-factors-and-ways-to-improve-your-score/

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v. prahlada Rao November 22, 2012 at 11:56 AM

Kindly send me my credit score eljibility

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Shiv Kukreja November 22, 2012 at 6:41 PM

You need to follow the above explained process and buy your CIBIL Credit Information Report.

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v. prahlada Rao November 22, 2012 at 11:57 AM

please send me my credit eljibility

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saket mishra November 24, 2012 at 11:08 PM

Hello Shiv,
My recent (November 12) CIBIl transunion score totals to 818, but unfortunately have 150 as DPD’s showing up for old personal loan. This loan was closed about two years back.
Have applied for a personal loan at Fullerton India, after all formalities being done the case has stuck up because of old DPD’s.
What can i do or say to support my conversation with them, so that the case gets through?
Please advice.
I look forward to hearing from you.

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Shiv Kukreja November 26, 2012 at 8:55 PM

Hello Saket… CIBIL credit report shows the factual information and you cannot get it changed until it is due to some human error. If there is something genuine in the report, then only the lender will be able to let you know what all you need to do to get the loan sanctioned.

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Sapna December 6, 2012 at 4:02 AM

Hello Shiv,
Thank you for providing very useful information.

I have a SBI credit card which went over limit because an amount swiped using this card was supposed to be converted to EMI but that did not happen due to a technical problem at merchant’s side. Although not my mistake, but I guess this must have effected my CIBIL score. I have paid all the debt and I have no dues on the credit card now. I have now explained the situation to the bank and they said that the CIBIL status has been correctly updated for my SBI card account. Does this mean my CIBIL score would also be updated/Increased?

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Shiv Kukreja December 6, 2012 at 1:33 PM

Hi Sapna… Yes, your score should get corrected now. Still, you should buy your report after sometime to confirm that it has been correctly reported by SBI to CIBIL.

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Sapna December 6, 2012 at 9:26 PM

Thank you for the reply Shiv.
The bank informed me regarding the updated CIBIL status just a couple of days back.
When should I buy the CIBIL report so that it gets updated.

Sapna

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Shiv Kukreja December 6, 2012 at 11:28 PM

I think you should wait for around 45-60 days more to apply for your report.

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ravi December 7, 2012 at 9:55 AM

Hello,
My creditcard application got rejected recently saying i have a bad cibil score. I want to take a personal loan by my employer’s source. Sbi has tie ups with my employer and amount ll b deducted from my salary each month.
Am i eligible for this loan or they ll reject the appln due to low cibil score?

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Shiv Kukreja December 8, 2012 at 1:01 AM

Hi Ravi… I am not sure about it. It depends on SBI as the lender whether they feel comfortable extending personal loan to you or not. I think you might get a little advantage because of bank’s tie up with your employer but ultimately it is your financial profile and bank’s discretion which matter.

You should put this query directly to CIBIL on this link – http://www.onemint.com/2012/11/27/all-you-ever-wanted-to-know-about-cibil-credit-scores/

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ravi December 8, 2012 at 9:33 AM

Thanks Shiv,
Going to apply on monday.
Let’s see.

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Shiv Kukreja December 8, 2012 at 12:05 PM

Great, I wish you good luck !!

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ravi December 12, 2012 at 4:04 PM

Hello Shiv,
My loan application is rejected today saying low cibil score.
Reason: cibil score is below 600 and i have 1 creditcard shows as settled and another settled(WO). What measures shall i follow now to get a loan?

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Shiv Kukreja December 13, 2012 at 1:49 PM

Hi Ravi… You should try to improve your credit score by paying off the older dues.

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ravi December 14, 2012 at 9:29 AM

Hello Shiv,
I need to follow up with Settled or post settled(wo) credit card.?
I am unable to understand. Please help me on this regard.
Thanks
Ravi

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Shiv Kukreja December 14, 2012 at 1:30 PM

I think you should try to pay off outstanding balance against both the cards. It will improve your score.

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Prasad December 7, 2012 at 2:05 PM

Hi Shiv,
Just want to know the difference between Rs. 154 and Rs. 470 plans for getting CIR….
Is it something like if I pay 470 then I can get one user id and password using which I can check the CIR at any given point of time and with Rs. 154 I will only receive CIR only once.
Is it so?
Please clarify.

Regards,
Prasad

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Shiv Kukreja December 8, 2012 at 1:06 AM

Hi Prasad… With Rs. 154, you will get only your CIBIL report but not your credit score. To get your credit score also, you will have to pay Rs. 470.

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Yash December 11, 2012 at 7:28 PM

Need to have the user ID for business purpose. Please let me know how we can get that.

Regards

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Shiv Kukreja December 13, 2012 at 1:21 PM

Hi Yash… which user ID you are talking about ??

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Naveen December 12, 2012 at 5:10 PM

Hi Shiv,

I don’t need any load or Credit card that means I am not interested to check my Credit Score but I want to check whether my Credit history is clear or not? are there any obstacle’s in the history?
So what I need to do, shall I need to pay Rs. 470 get credit score? will this Score sheets include all the details?

Thanks in advance,
Naveen

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Shiv Kukreja December 13, 2012 at 1:46 PM

Hi Naveen… Your CIBIL Credit Information Report (CIR) without Credit Score will cost you Rs. 154. It has all the details except your credit score. But you cannot buy it online. You’ll have to send your application/documents through post/courier and it will take some time to reach you.

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Suresh J December 15, 2012 at 10:55 AM

Hi Shiv,

Nice to see all the replies you have given for most of the queries.

I have some amt to be settled for 2 -3 credit cards. It was around Rs. 15,000 and Rs. 10,000. Four years has crossed I guessed it would be increased to huge amount with interest. If I go for settlement, do I have to make whole amt with interest or only the usage amount.
Also, If I apply online for the CIBIL report will my details be informed to the concerned bank.

Please clarify.

Regards,
Suresh

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Shiv Kukreja December 16, 2012 at 1:56 PM

Hi Suresh… Only the bank(s) would be able to tell you the payable amount if you decide to go for the settlement. Your details are reported by the concerned bank itself to CIBIL and if they already have all the details with them, then how does it matter if the details are reported back to the concerned bank by CIBIL?

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babji December 18, 2012 at 5:53 PM

Is 600 score good for home loan

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Shiv Kukreja December 18, 2012 at 6:37 PM

Hi babji… Though it is not a good score but still it depends on the lender and the “loan-to-value ratio”.

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bhaskarrao December 20, 2012 at 4:54 PM

cibil information

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Saket Kelaskar December 20, 2012 at 10:53 PM

Hi Shiv

I made a online payment for online Cibil report however failed in the authentication, further I got the option of uploading KYC documents which I uploaded as per requirement.

Do I still need to mail the documents or that the uploaded documents will be sufficient to receive my cibil score and report.

Please advise

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Shiv Kukreja December 22, 2012 at 11:11 PM

Hi Saket,

This is something unique, I think you should still courier it to their address. You can also talk to the CIBIL customer care whether you need to send it to them or not.

Or put your query on this post – http://www.onemint.com/2012/11/27/all-you-ever-wanted-to-know-about-cibil-credit-scores/

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amit December 22, 2012 at 9:28 PM

dear sir,
pls advice me, should i go for settlement of my cc dues for principal payments in EMI’s, how it will affect my CIBIL score.

Thnaks

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Shiv Kukreja December 22, 2012 at 11:24 PM

Hi Amit,
Settlement affects your credit score negatively. Either you should pay off the outstanding balance fully or if you think it was not your fault, then you should talk to the bank officials or file your case in the banking ombudsman.

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Dinesh Kumar Sinha December 25, 2012 at 5:48 PM

Hi,

I had my credit card in the year 2005 and the same was auto closed by bank (i was not able to swipe my card) and when i called the customer service i got the reply that there was a due of 4000+ rupees for which i was not aware as i was not getting my credit card statement. When i have requested for the same, the banking team have told me that your case is with clooection team (third party) and so we will not be able to provide the statement. As i am sure that i have paid all my transaction promptly. In this case how i can correct by CIBIL record as my name is sent to CIBIL as i have not ready for the settlement without the complete transaction details.

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Shiv Kukreja December 26, 2012 at 7:24 PM

Hi Dinesh… You should either talk to the bank explaining them that it was not your fault or if you strongly feel that it was bank’s mistake, you should approach the banking ombudsman to appeal against the bank.

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paras r soni December 26, 2012 at 11:35 AM

i paid my all emi’s of all loan’s but case and delayed so please guide me about cibil score and next step. thankyou.

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Moin Hashmi December 31, 2012 at 1:15 AM

Hi just wanna inquire if my credit score would have gone for a toss? Since I had some issues regarding a loan for LCD TV from Bajaj Finance around couple of years ago, they were taking 1777rs of emi whereas they were supposed to take 1555rs hence I refused to pay and kept nil balance in my a/c till it is rectified and escallated this discrepancy to their higher authorities and it was sorted out later on and I cleared it all then..I have got no due certificate from them as well..but meanwhile 2-3 emi’s were bounced in my hdfc bank a/c due to insufficient funds..
Apart from this I never had any loan or credit card in my life so far.. Might have had some cheque bounce issue for about 2-3 instances ever since I started banking..
Please suggest me ways to improve my credit score if ever it would have gone down..
Thanking You In Anticipation.

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Shiv Kukreja January 17, 2013 at 1:24 AM

Hi Moin… Yes, the Bajaj Finance issue must have affected your credit score to some extent, but the cheque bounce issue should not affect your score much.

Please check this post to find ways to improve your score:
http://www.onemint.com/2012/08/14/cibil-credit-score-negative-factors-and-ways-to-improve-your-score/comment-page-1/

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Moin Hashmi January 19, 2013 at 4:18 PM

Thanks for ur reply Shiv, I wanted to inquire about my scrore was just because I’ve applied for HDFC credit card recently and awaiting their response. Now lets see if they approve it I would then be quiet sure that my credit score is upto the mark or otherwise.. Thanks again for your help and guidance.

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Shiv Kukreja January 24, 2013 at 12:53 AM

You are welcome Moin!

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Moin Hashmi January 29, 2013 at 4:10 PM

Hi Shiv I’m happy that I recently got first ever credit card from HDFC bank approved and sent to me, Now does that mean that my credit score is good, only then they have approved it, and I went to shop at a mall with my HDFC credit card and got an offer from SBI that I can apply for their card as well? So thinking of applying for it and will keep these cards for times of emergency.. plz advise. Thanks alot.

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Ravinder Prashar December 31, 2012 at 6:44 PM

CIBIL Report

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Shriya January 10, 2013 at 1:34 AM

Hello Shiv,

I have taken a personal loan of Rs 2,80,000 for a tenure of 5 yrs, a year go. I want to foreclose it now. Will this decrease my cibil score? Also If I close a credit card will that decrease my cibil score?

Thnx
Shriya

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Shiv Kukreja January 10, 2013 at 6:15 PM

Hi Shriya,

Foreclosure without any default will rather improve your score as it shows your are not credit-hungry and your financial health is quite sound. Same applies to Credit Card also.

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Prashanth U January 11, 2013 at 7:06 AM

Hi,

I don’t understand why should one pay to view their own Credit Score. In U.S. there is law through which Citizens there can view their Credit Score free for once a year, and later buy it if needed. Don’t we have such a law here in India.

I have never found the need for Credit Score and I hope I won’t need it. I wish there should be a law made in India too, for every Citizen to make it their right to see their Credit Score, rather the CIBIL making money out of it.

Regards,

Prashanth .U

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Manshu January 12, 2013 at 4:08 AM

That is not true Prashanth. In the US – you can get your credit report free once a year from all three agencies but if you want to see your credit score you will have to pay money for it. Credit score is not included in the free credit report.

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Prasanna January 13, 2013 at 11:18 PM

Credit Information report is a great initiative to secure the financial institutions and as well as the Borrower. One must know the capacity what he can pay back.

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arulmoorthy r January 16, 2013 at 11:49 AM

my cibil score pls.

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Hemant Kumar Jatrana January 18, 2013 at 4:17 PM

pls provide my CIBIL score.

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Kishore January 19, 2013 at 6:14 AM

Hi Shiv Kukreja,

I have never taken any loan in my Life time and I don’t have any Credit card yet. But now, when I had applied for Credit Card 2 days back, it got rejected reason being my Credit Score is bad.

How can my Credit score exists/bad when I have not taken any Credit card or Loan in my life time till now. I am worried and I don’t understand how this can happen!!!

FYA – I bought my Bike and Home furniture with net cash, I mean by paying all the money at once.

Plz tell me what to do or whom to contact for this issue.

Regards,

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Shiv Kukreja January 24, 2013 at 12:51 AM

Hi Kishore… Just buy your CIBIL credit report online and you’ll get to know yourself where the problem lies.

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Jagadeesh January 20, 2013 at 1:13 PM

Hi Shiv Kukreja,

My Cibel score is 720. Can i get the credit card/home loan with this core..

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Shiv Kukreja January 24, 2013 at 12:49 AM

Hi Jagadeesh… Issuance of a credit card/home loan doesnt solely depend on one’s CIBIL score and there are many other factors which are important. So, I wont be able to tell you the probability of you getting these credit facilities sanctioned.

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John January 21, 2013 at 5:03 PM

Hi,

I have settle 2 personnel loans and 2 credit cards during the year 2004-2006. At present I am unable to a Loans from banks because of CIBIL Score.

How Can I improve my credit score after my poor performance.

How much time it will took for improvement.

Thanks,
S.John

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Shiv Kukreja January 24, 2013 at 12:44 AM

Hi John… Please check this link to get the required info on how to improve your credit score:
http://www.onemint.com/2012/08/14/cibil-credit-score-negative-factors-and-ways-to-improve-your-score/

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krishna January 25, 2013 at 3:00 PM

Hi

I have taken two credit cards in 2005. I have not paid the full amount. Now i have settled one card. In CIBIL report those card details are not available. After that i have taken another two cards and running good. could please let me know recently settled card information will record in CiBIL.

My score is 741.
I can apply home loan?

Regards,
Krishna

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Shiv Kukreja January 28, 2013 at 10:41 PM

Hi Krishna… Your CIBIL report should reflect the recently settled card information. Also, 741 is a decent credit score and you can definitely go for a home loan.

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nkamal January 28, 2013 at 11:33 AM

hi shiv,

i am using citi bank credit card since last 6 months and on my online account i tried to check my pan no. and it is not updated in bank records , so will bank still able to update my civil record. this is my first card and i don’t have any other loan or credit card.

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Shiv Kukreja January 28, 2013 at 10:51 PM

Hi nkamal… I’m not 100% sure about it but I think Citibank must have captured your PAN information with them while issuing credit card to you and your transactions will get updated in your CIBIL records.

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ajay rajput January 30, 2013 at 12:59 PM

if at present i want to what is cibil report how i ll be able to find out?

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Shiv Kukreja February 4, 2013 at 9:41 PM

Hi Ajay… your query is not clear to me, please reframe it.

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Nikhil sharma January 30, 2013 at 1:16 PM

Hey shiv..
My credit score is not so good and I want to improve my ratings in a short period of time. So, Please suggest me, how can I improve my credit ratings in a specified period.

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Shiv Kukreja February 4, 2013 at 9:40 PM

Hi Nikhil… Please check this link in order to know the ways to improve your credit score:
http://www.onemint.com/2012/08/14/cibil-credit-score-negative-factors-and-ways-to-improve-your-score/

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Aasif Shaikh January 30, 2013 at 3:21 PM

Hi,

I had a CC in the year 2008 and it has been settled and cleared all dues and closed now i had applied for ICICI Bank home loan they found that my name is in CIBIL and it shows 2 CC in my name one was closed and other the bank person did’nt update clearly so wanted to know how i can clear my name from CIBIL and also if i dont have closer documents with me then how i have to show my self clear from CC dues.
Please suggest it is very important for me to purchase house.

Aasif Shaikh
9822097953
aasifnr@gmail.com

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Shiv Kukreja February 4, 2013 at 9:38 PM

Hi Aasif… please check this link – http://www.cibil.com/consumer-dispute-resolution and follow the procedure to make the bank staff update your payments in your CIBIL records. You can use the payment receipt or your bank statement as the proof of your payment.

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Tarun February 4, 2013 at 4:26 PM

Hi
One point: Just getting your CIBIL score (by applyiing online), also impacts the hoam loan.
Do the banks see if a person has viewed his/her CIBIL report.
I hope you got my question!

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Shiv Kukreja February 4, 2013 at 9:32 PM

Hi Tarun… Applying for your CIBIL report wont impact your CIBIL score.

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Deepak February 5, 2013 at 7:15 PM

Hi,
Me and my wife had taken multiple loans in the past (home & auto) and have made prompt payments and also closed them.No CIBIL issues from the past 10 years. Today i applied for another loan from HSBC and it was rejected because all of a sudden my wife has a default of close to 7 lakhs on credit cards in the year 2000 which she has never taken. My wife was not even working then and i wonder which bank would give her that kind of a credit limit. Not sure of how to resolve this with the builder on our heads to pay off and my wifes CIBIL report not being clear. Being in a remote place now i spend money on tickets to visit the main branches of these banks who have reported this. I have applied for the CIBIL report but i am pretty worried that inspite of being good borrowers we have to face this. Hard earned money will be spent on travel and procedures to clear a mistake of some bank or CIBIL . To top it leave from our respective offices to find a way out of this mess.No vacation this year..Crap

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Shiv Kukreja February 9, 2013 at 1:47 AM
Kushal February 7, 2013 at 3:05 PM

Hi Shiv,

I have been following the tread and it is indeed helpful. I had few queries which I would like to understand and get a clarification for.

* Firstly, my brother had taken an ICICI credit card few years back in our college days however, the amount was used and then the credit card bill was not paid off. Now I have been trying to apply for a loan for myself however it is being rejected due to the pending issue and the credit score has gone down to 560. Thus, I would like to know how to improve the credit score and will making a settlement with the bank increase or decrease my credit score.

* Secondly, the CIR link is asking for account number, please let me know which account number should i fill in as I donot have any loans now.

Thanks & Regards
Kushal

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Shiv Kukreja February 9, 2013 at 2:15 AM

Hi Kushal,

How come your score has gone down when it is your brother who had taken the credit card in his name? You were a guarantor in the credit card application?

Secondly, “Account Number” is not a mandatory field when you apply for your CIBIL credit score, so just skip it if you do not have any loan running in your name.

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sasi February 8, 2013 at 1:40 AM

One credit card full settlement on Sep month 2012 &NOC also received .But still my score 540 only is there .How to increase the scroe.and how to remove the cibill report.

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Shiv Kukreja February 9, 2013 at 1:51 AM

Settlement affects your CIBIL score negatively. Please check this link to know how to improve your score:
http://www.onemint.com/2012/08/14/cibil-credit-score-negative-factors-and-ways-to-improve-your-score/comment-page-1/

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jaskaran February 8, 2013 at 10:41 AM

Does we can buy cibil score for improving the rating

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Shiv Kukreja February 9, 2013 at 1:52 AM

Sorry Jaskaran, I did not get your query. Please reframe it.

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Lavanya Sethi February 8, 2013 at 3:06 PM

I have taken personal loan from Bajaj finance for Rs 714000/- . They cheated me by deducting Rs 14000/- in the name of insurance at the time of disbursal. When I tried enqiuiring about this there is no response from Bajaj Finance . I have written them the repeated mails to their customer care and the customer representatives from the Bajaj finance . Looks like it is falling in deaf ears.
My idea of writing this complaint to get my money back what they deducted in the name of insurance , i.e, Rs 14000/-. I have even filed a complaint against them on their site as well as here, http://www.consumercourt.in/personal-loan/106310-personal-loan-bajaj-finance.html at Consumer Court site but so far no action has been taken on this case.

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Shiv Kukreja February 9, 2013 at 1:58 AM

If you are getting no response from Bajaj Finance, then you should approach the Banking Ombudsman if you want.

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Aasif Shaikh February 9, 2013 at 7:32 AM

Hi Shiv,

I had applied for CIBIL report online by paying Rs. 470/- and also uploaded the KYC needed for 2 to 3 times and finally when i last uploaded i received this email from CIBIL:
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Dear Sir,

We refer to your request to purchase your CIBIL Report.

In this regard, we would like to inform you that we have processed your CIBIL Report request. However, we regret our inability to generate a score on your report due to the following reasons:

. Credit history is less than 6 months
. Date Opened of Account/s in your report is less than 6 months from the current date

In view of the same, we have processed refund of Rs 68/- (Cost of CIBIL TransUnion Score) on 08/02/2013 via Online Payment mode

Your CIBIL Report is processed and will be despatched on 11/02/2013.

Thanking and assuring you of our best services.
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Now i dont understand why they have refunded of Rs 68 and what kind of report will i get after this email… Will i get this report through courier or Email (Soft Copy).
Actually i need my whole report of CIBIL,so will they provide me with it?

Thanks in Advance

Aasif Shaikh

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Shiv Kukreja February 11, 2013 at 3:31 PM

Hi Aasif… As they have mentioned, they are refunding Rs. 68 (Cost of CIBIL TransUnion Score) due to their inability to generate your CIBIL credit score. This means you’ll still get your complete CIBIL credit report but without a score. I am not sure through which mode they’ll be sending it but it seems to me that it would be couriered to your mailing address.

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Aasif Shaikh February 13, 2013 at 10:40 PM

Thank you for your kind reply Shiv,

I have a question for you, as you said i will not be getting CIBIL credit score, so what is the reason behind this i will not get the CIBIL credit score and for that what should i do, coz it is important for me to know where i am standing and how will the Banks react while giving the Home loan. To be Frank dear i need a Home a property on my name which till now i dont have it.

Please help me in this regards dear.

Regards,
Aasif Shaikh

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RAJ February 11, 2013 at 3:13 AM

HY SIR LONG BACK I HAD TAKEN LOANS FROM BANK BUT NOW I AM A DEFAULTER I WANT TO MAKE A COMPLETE NEW PROFILE LIKE NEW PAN CARD ITR AND ALL THE PROOFS CAN U HELP ME WHAT SHUD I DO

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Manshu February 11, 2013 at 3:48 AM

You can’t just get a new PAN card like that and start afresh. What you want to do is illegal and no one is going to call you.

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RAJ February 11, 2013 at 3:15 AM

CAN U PLES CAL ME

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ST February 11, 2013 at 5:23 AM

Hi Shiv,

I have a unique question & id be thrilled to get some advice. Many years ago I had a credit card from ICICI bank (this was between 2004-2006). In some promo scheme that they were running I got the offer to take a personal loan & pay it off via the card @Rs.2,500 or so each month. Every month this money would get auto debitted from my account – so there was no problem of non-payment.

Then in 2006, these auto debits stopped. At the time I wasn’t very credit card savvy – so I just assumed that I had already paid off all the money. But in 2008, when I funded my icici bank account i was hot with a lien of Rs.32,000. When I enquired about it I was told that I had not paid my dues & that the bank had tried getting in touch with me via registered post. I had not received any such post (the bank had my updated house address – so no question of error there). When I asked them to show me proof of the registered post – they didnt show me anything. But given that this was about my credit rating, i paid up Rs.32,000.

Then in 2009, i had funded my icici bank account again – and once again i was hit with a lien of Rs.32,000. This time also i ran pillar to post & tried to find out what happened. And once again they said i had not paid my dues. When i asked for details they basically said it was my fault – and once again I paid the Rs.32,000.

After that there we no more such incidents.

My question is this: I have no idea whether these 2 lumpsums were towards settlements or full payments. All my attempts to find out details from the bank at both these times were extremely frustrating – and resulted in absolutely no information. So I don’t know if my CIBIL rating has “settlement” written against it or “paid in full”

How do I find this out? And if it is “settlement” what do i do to repay the whole amount & get it changed to “paid in full”.

I would appreciate any help in the matter.

Thanks for the taking the time to read this long question.

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Shiv Kukreja February 11, 2013 at 3:50 PM

Hi ST… I’m shocked and sad to read your comment here. Please tell me why are you acting so carelessly in this matter and if you were never at fault, then why did you pay Rs. 32,000 twice without knowing the details of these two payments? It is very disappointing to read your comment. If the bank officials were not helping you in this matter, you should have approached the Banking Ombudsman or any other court to get heard and helped.

You can check all the details about your credit history and credit score by applying for your credit report online:
https://www.cibil.com/online/credit-score-check.do

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Ananda Kumar R February 15, 2013 at 4:50 PM

Hello Shiv,

Thanks for your article, i have applied for Transunion score and CIR. i had couriered the documents to CIBIL.

I would like to know how long will it take them to process once they receive the doucments?

Thanking you,
Ananda

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Shiv Kukreja February 20, 2013 at 11:36 PM

Hi Ananda… It takes a minimum of 10 working days from the date of receipt of appropriate and satisfactory documents for the CIBIL to process your request.

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Kauser Fathima February 15, 2013 at 9:12 PM

Hi Shiv,
I was trying to get a loan from ICICI bank, but was refused stating that I already have an outstanding home loan of 11 lakh, reflected in CIBIL report. But, I have not taken any such loan, nor been a guarantor. It seems somebody has used by Pan card details and somehow managed to get a loan. I have requested for CIR from CIBIL. I also have heard that such cases take time to get resolved. I have already purchased a house using my savings, have paid a lot of money and was banking on loan of around 14 lakhs to pay the rest. Please help me find a solution as I am stuck and have no other means to arrange money. I am shocked to find how can some bank sanction a loan without doing proper verification.

Regards,
Kauser Fathima
Bangalore

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Shiv Kukreja February 21, 2013 at 12:15 AM

Hi Kauser,
It is called “Identity Theft” – http://www.onemint.com/2012/10/02/cibil-score-identity-theft/. You should check your CIBIL report as soon as possible and if there is any such problem in your report, then you should approach the bank without any delays to get more details about it and track the person who has used your docs to get the loan. If required, report the case to police/court.

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rajiv February 16, 2013 at 8:14 PM

sir,
i am ask you regarding my account, i have icici bank salary a/c last 7 to 8 years , 6 to 7 years before i am tack personal loan through citybank arround 30000 thousand after one years citibank refill my loan account and clear all dues and give me new loan arround 40000 thousand , that time i face some financial problam thats why i am not properly submitted my instolment and now i want to home loan so i apply in my bank but bank decline my application
b’coz bank says my account showing cibil case , here i m clear to u i m not closed my loan a/c till date. in this sitchuation what i do and how to i m elligiabal for home loan give me some good advice .

thanx
rajiv

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Shiv Kukreja February 21, 2013 at 12:31 AM

Hi Rajiv… You just cannot get away with the mistakes you made in the past. You should first check with the Citibank how much outstanding loan it is there in your name. If you can, try to pay it off as soon as possible. After a few months, once your score improves, the probability of you getting a home loan will also improve.

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Aasif Shaikh February 21, 2013 at 1:43 AM

Hi Shiv Thank you for your kind reply,

I have a question for you, as you said i will not be getting CIBIL credit score, so what is the reason behind this i will not get the CIBIL credit score and for that what should i do, coz it is important for me to know where i am standing and how will the Banks react while giving the Home loan. To be Frank dear i need a Home a property on my name which till now i dont have it.

Please help me in this regards dear.

Regards,
Aasif Shaikh

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Shiv Kukreja February 23, 2013 at 1:01 PM

Hi Aasif,
You can get your CIBIL score once your credit history becomes more than 6 months old. Also, it is not necessary for a bank not to give a home loan if you dont have a CIBIL credit score.

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Aasif Shaikh February 26, 2013 at 11:25 PM

Thank you Shiv for your Help…

Regards,
Aasif

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Shiv Kukreja February 26, 2013 at 11:30 PM

You are welcome Aasif!

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Siva February 26, 2013 at 3:49 PM

Hi Shiv,
i have applied for Home Loan, but they(SBI) found 2 outstaning amounts against me via CIBIL and asked for clarification.
One of the amount, i cleared it and also will get confirmation from the concern banker.
But other amount, which i dont know and why/how it is reflecting. also dunno which bank against it is. i m ready to do the payment(if it is genuine).
but fortunatly i dont know the details to make the payment.
Could you please suggest/guide me further. what is quicker way to get this sorted.

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Shiv Kukreja February 26, 2013 at 8:24 PM

Hi Siva,

You just buy your CIBIL credit report online and it will have all the details about the outstanding amount and the lender. You can pay the outstanding balance if the demand is genuine. If not, then you can follow CIBIL’s Dispute Resolution process to get it corrected.

https://www.cibil.com/online/file-consumer-dispute.do
http://www.onemint.com/2012/09/14/cibil-dispute-resolution-process-rectification-of-discrepancies-in-credit-report/

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Siva February 26, 2013 at 4:22 PM

Hi Shiv,
forget ask you, if i take CIBIL report. will it have back details information(of the 2nd amount)

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Shiv Kukreja February 26, 2013 at 8:41 PM

Yes, it will have all the details.

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SANJAY BHATNAGAR February 28, 2013 at 1:27 PM

From where should I get my civil score pls help to suggest me if u can because I am unable to get any type of durables loan from anywhere

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Shiv Kukreja March 5, 2013 at 10:42 PM

Hi Sanjay… You can apply for your CIBIL score online on this link:
https://www.cibil.com/online/credit-score-check.do

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anonym March 1, 2013 at 4:58 PM

Hi,
I applied for the CITI bank credit card 15 days back which got rejected then i queried for the CIBIL score which was showing 749 score and one loan written-off which i’ve already closed with NOC in Dec. 2011. i requested to the bank for the same and raised a request in CIBIL. this loan is now updated and no dues is there on my a/c. will i be able to apply for any other bank credit card or personal loan?? what score usually bank look for personal loan or credit card??after updating the loan status from bank will my score go up or it’ll take time to reflect??
thanks in advance..:)

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Shiv Kukreja March 5, 2013 at 10:51 PM

Hi anonym… Usually a CIBIL score of 750+ is considered as good and your score is very close to it. I think it is a good score and should improve further in a few days as the corrections have been made by your bank. If you need a loan or a credit card, I think it should not be a problem now.

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Mohd Irshad Ali Humaid March 4, 2013 at 11:06 PM

Hi,

I had a CC in the year 2008 and it has been settled and cleared all dues and closed now i had applied for ICICI / HDFC credit card they found that my name is in CIBIL
so wanted to know how i can clear my name from CIBIL

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Shiv Kukreja March 5, 2013 at 10:58 PM

Hi Irshad… You should apply for your CIBIL credit score online on this link:
https://www.cibil.com/online/credit-score-check.do

If whatever has been reported in the report is correct, then you’ll have to imrove your score yourself by maintaining a good credit history. If it is incorrect, you can raise a dispute settlement request online here on this link:
https://www.cibil.com/online/file-consumer-dispute.do

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love March 5, 2013 at 7:20 PM

Hi,I want to know that which kind of entry available in cibil. And what is the process for apply .

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Shiv Kukreja March 5, 2013 at 11:01 PM

Hi love… Please read this article to understand what kind of entries are there in a CIBIL report:
http://www.onemint.com/2012/08/03/cibil-credit-information-report/

You can apply for your CIBIL credit report online on this link:
https://www.cibil.com/online/credit-score-check.do

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Ram March 10, 2013 at 3:00 PM

Hi Shiv

I used to have couple of credit cards with decent credit limits and even a personal loan too.

I took the credit cards & personal loan in the year 2009. Latter I moved to other country and I handover the credit cards to one of my cousin and the same were misued by him.

Once I retuned from UK, I looked at my credit cards status and with out delay I paid all the outstanding dues for the cards against which I got the no due certificates from the Banks as well.

Against personal loans, almost 4 to 5 EMI’s were paid with quite delay during my visit to UK.

What happened recently I asked one of my friend who is working in bank to get the cibil score and I was shocked to see the credit score as 531, which is worse.

Now can you please advise me how to get the credit score improved…?

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Shiv Kukreja March 13, 2013 at 12:01 PM

Hi Ram,

I think your credit score has got spoiled due to the misuse done by your cousin and probably the payments made by you have been updated as the ‘settled’ accounts. For me to advise you on how to improve your credit score, I need to analyse your credit report.

Below pasted is the link to check the measures to improve one’s credit score:
http://www.onemint.com/2012/08/14/cibil-credit-score-negative-factors-and-ways-to-improve-your-score/

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Aasif Sk March 12, 2013 at 9:48 PM

Hey Shiv,

How are you doing??
Need your help again 🙂 i recently buy ICICI bank credit card and since the facility which were said to before taking the CC was all fake and faulty so now i wanted to close the CC and had called the Video Help Desk to do that. The HD services 24×7 is also pathetic it never got connected to me . so over all service and promise were all wrong.
I wanted to know if i close the CC account will it affect my credit score or status?
I mean it was their fault and i was not satisfied once i got the CC.

Please suggest me on this.

Best Regards,
Aasif Sk
09822097953

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Shiv Kukreja March 13, 2013 at 12:06 PM

Hi Aasif… If there is zero outstanding balance against this credit card, I dont think surrendering it should affect your credit score negatively.

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Aasif March 18, 2013 at 12:53 AM

Hi Shiv,

Thanks for your reply. i was worried about this.

Best Regards,
Aasif

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Shiv Kukreja March 18, 2013 at 12:38 PM

You are welcome Aasif!

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Lokesh March 16, 2013 at 11:32 PM

Hi shiv,

Recently i have applied for personal loan in axis,citi and hdfc bank but it got rejected in citi and axis bank bcoz of low credit score and in hdfc bank also becoz i live in PG.
So, please clarify my below doubts:
1) will this rejection affect my cibil score

2) if i apply again in same banks after 2-3 months from some different address (not PG), then will bank come to know that i have already applied with some different address through my cibil score?

3) I don’t had any loan previously but i have only one credit card from last 3 months only, in which i paid around 30k in 3 months bill, so plz tell me that credit score mainly increases becoz of amount of money i am spending or becoz of credit card duration or both?
All my credit card bills are automatically paid through Standing instruction on time.

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Shiv Kukreja March 18, 2013 at 12:36 PM

Hi Lokesh,
1) I dont think it should affect your credit score.
2) Whenever you apply for a loan, the lender is required to generate an enquiry for the same and it gets reported in your CIBIL report. But still, if living in a PG was the genuine reason for HDFC to reject your loan, then applying from a different address might increase your chances of getting a loan.
3) Please check this link to know which factors affect your credit score and why:
http://www.onemint.com/2012/08/14/cibil-credit-score-negative-factors-and-ways-to-improve-your-score/

Also, it takes at least 6 months of your credit history for CIBIL to generate your credit score.

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Lokesh March 20, 2013 at 11:34 AM

Hi shiv,

I will apply after 2 months only, then my credit card will be six months old.
But for my point no. 2, if i will apply with different address and tell the bank that i am living here from last one year then they will come to know na from my previous application that 2-3 months back he was in different address. and if i will say them that i am staying in my new address from 2-3 months only, then again they may reject the loan 🙁

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Shiv Kukreja April 3, 2013 at 11:42 PM

Cant say much about it. I think you should give it a try with your new address.

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emerald April 3, 2013 at 6:41 PM

I had problem with bankers who charged me highly on my cc cards I approached the court and got the order in my favour can I file these order copy in cibil

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Shiv Kukreja April 3, 2013 at 11:48 PM

Yes, you can get the status updated with CIBIL by raising dispute resolution request. Here is the link:
https://www.cibil.com/online/ManageDisputeDetailsAction.do?action=showDisputePage

You can check this post as well for more info:
http://www.onemint.com/2012/09/14/cibil-dispute-resolution-process-rectification-of-discrepancies-in-credit-report/

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emerald April 5, 2013 at 4:49 PM

thank you very much for the reply

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Shiv Kukreja April 5, 2013 at 7:57 PM

You are welcome emerald!

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sanjeev sharma April 9, 2013 at 10:43 AM

cir

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V S April 15, 2013 at 7:15 AM

Hi Shiv,

As I could not go through all the aforementioned comments, I am not sure if this has been addressed before. My question is whether credit ratings get affected on late payments of utility bills (like I think in the US, they do) or is it restricted only to loans, EMI, cc dues? Thanks & Regards.

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Shiv Kukreja April 15, 2013 at 3:47 PM

Hi V S,

As of now, late payments of utility bills etc. do not fall under CIBIL’s purview, but I think, sooner or later, they will be.

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V S April 17, 2013 at 8:44 PM

Thanks a lot, Shiv.

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maha April 15, 2013 at 9:47 AM

Hi sir,

I took a loan against gold of around 30000 two years back in muthoot and paid interest only for 6months.Now wana finish it off.Would that have affected my score

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Shiv Kukreja April 16, 2013 at 12:23 AM

Hi Maha… Non-payment of EMIs must have affected your credit score negatively. If you pay off the outstanding amount completely, it would gradually improve your score.

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maha April 15, 2013 at 9:48 AM

Sir,

Its little urgent ,will you be able to answer me on priority basis

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Firos Khan April 17, 2013 at 6:09 AM

Hi ,

Recently i applied for an Americal Express credit card through my employer . But card application rejected due to poor credit score report from CIBIL.I never had a credit card for almost last 8 years.When i contacted AMEX they told that to contact CIBIL for the information.I tried to contact CIBIL but not able to connect to their support. How i will get the details from CIBIL.

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Shiv Kukreja April 17, 2013 at 9:58 AM

Just buy your CIBIL credit report online as explained in the post above, it will have all the details about your credit history and credit score.

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aslam patel April 19, 2013 at 11:15 PM

Dear Sir,

I am having personal loan due to non availability in india my EMI had bounced. Now i m paying in installment next month i will go for final settlement. will my CIBIL record cleared & score will increase. i am able to take any other credit facilities from any bank.

Please advise.

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Shiv Kukreja April 23, 2013 at 2:24 PM

Hi Aslam… I am not able to understand your query, please reframe it.

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Credexpert June 14, 2013 at 3:55 PM

Dear Mr. Patel,

Opting for a settlement on your personal loan will negatively impact your credit score. We would request you to make regular payments towards your personal loan if your cash flows allow you to do that.

If not, we would request you to talk to your lender to work out on your EMI amount, which will enable you to make payments on time.
Keep one thing in mind, that the lender should not consider this request as “restructuring” of the loan as this will reflect on your credit report and will impact your score negatively, as would the settlement.

Another option for you to consider is to opt for an interest free loan (family and friends) which will help you to make a complete payment towards your loan without any settlement.

We offer our services where we analyse your credit report and also look into your cash flows to help you prioritise your payments towards your debt obligations in a systematic and convenient manner.

Please feel free to visit our website http://www.credexpert.co.in for more details.

Warm regards,
Credexpert.

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Narendra April 20, 2013 at 12:24 PM

Hi Shiv,

before 2 year i have take personal loan from HDFC Bank, I have paid 8 EMI, but due to some financial problem 1 EMI has been bounce from my account. and not able to pay this for 2 month Next month third party say this please pay ur last EMI and current bouncing is not affected your account. as this i have bounce continue 4EMI and paid to last EMI and finally paid continue EMI since last year when i am applying for new personal loan, bank is say ur cibil score is low and not apply for this.

what should i do for improve my cibil score.

please help.

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Shiv Kukreja April 23, 2013 at 2:24 PM

Hi Narendra… I am not able to understand your query, please reframe it.

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Credexpert June 14, 2013 at 4:13 PM

Dear Mr. Narendra,

Firstly, would like to understand if you have cleared all the dues on your personal loan?

Secondly, late payments i.e. DPDs towards an unsecured loan (personal loan) impacts your score and it will be viewed negatively by the lending institution.

We offer our services where we help individuals improve their credit score by analysing their credit report and identify areas which have negatively impacted the score. Under this service we coordinate with lending institutions to remove any negative remarks from your credit report and credit bureaus to update the correct information.

Please visit our website http://www.credexpert.co.in for more information.

Regards,
Credexpert.

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sarbjit singh April 20, 2013 at 9:47 PM

sir ja madam pless cibil chu name nikal deo 9815044549

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Shiv Kukreja April 23, 2013 at 2:26 PM

Hi Sarbjit… We cannot do it as we do not have such authority.

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Anand Kumar S May 2, 2013 at 2:44 PM

before 2 year i have take credit card loan from HDFC Bank, I have paid EMI, but due to some financial problem i want personal loan, last month when i am applying for new personal loan, bank is say ur cibil score is low and not apply for this. My contect no 8105761805

what should i do for improve my cibil score.

please help.

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Shiv Kukreja May 4, 2013 at 7:03 PM

Hi Anand… First of all, check your CIBIL score by buying your CIBIL credit report online – https://www.cibil.com/online/credit-score-check.do

Once you have your credit report with you, try to analyse what wrong is there in your report due to which your CIBIL score is low. If there is any default or incorrect reporting by the lender, you should try to pay the balance amount or get it rectified and improve your score. You can also get your report analysed by a financial advisor.

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Credexpert June 14, 2013 at 7:41 PM

Dear Mr. Kumar,

As Mr. Kukreja mentioned, you need to get a copy of your credit report and analyse your report. There could be various reasons as to why your score is low, and there ways to improve your score based on the analysis.

Credit report contains various sections of your demographics, account details and enquiry section. Each of them plays a crucial role in compounding a credit bureau score. Lenders while evaluating your credit application will consider credit bureau score and their internal evaluating parameter.

We provide services where we analyse individual’s credit reports and give them a comprehensive view of the details in the report, highlight the pain areas in their report and guide them in the direction of how they can improve their score.
You can view the details of our services on our website http://www.credexpert.co.in

Regards,
Credexpert.

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Ram May 3, 2013 at 1:40 PM

Hi,

My Cibil Reports shows N/A. Am i eligible to apply personal loan?

If not hot to improve my cibil score please advice

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Shiv Kukreja May 4, 2013 at 7:09 PM

Hi Ram… ‘NA’ signifies that you do not have a credit history. So, if your income is healthy and your loan requirement is reasonable, then you should easily get a personal loan.

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Ram May 6, 2013 at 10:46 AM

Thanks ..

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ashish May 6, 2013 at 8:27 PM

hi,this is ashish ,working in govt sector as group a emploee.my query is that recently i had applied for a car loan which later was rejected by bank on the basis of cibil report which further was based on the fact that i failed to make repayment of amount spent using credit in the year 2006.but the fact is that at that time i didnt have any credit card and i came to have my own pancard in 2008.plz guide me.thanx

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Shiv Kukreja May 14, 2013 at 11:30 PM

Hi Ashish… You should raise this issue with the lender which had reported non-payment of its due amount in 2006 and try to get your credit history clean. You may approach Banking Ombudsman also if the lender does not do that.

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naresh gupta May 9, 2013 at 6:07 PM

how i check my cibil status and score

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Shiv Kukreja May 14, 2013 at 11:32 PM

Just follow the process mentioned above in the post Naresh and you’ll get both.

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Upender May 14, 2013 at 1:07 PM

Hi, I had applied for personal loan at SBH. Bank said that my Cibil report shows that two credit cards were settled under one time settlement scheme. I do not owe any dues but still the bank had rejected my application pl. guide me.

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Shiv Kukreja May 14, 2013 at 11:50 PM

Hi Upender… you should check your CIBIL report, raise your issue with the lender which has reported outstanding amount in your name and try to get your credit history clean. In case it doesnt help, you may raise a Dispute Resolution request to CIBIL or approach Banking Ombudsman to get the issue resolved.

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Credexpert June 14, 2013 at 7:42 PM

Dear Mr. Upender,

Even if you don not owe any dues to the bank, your application may have been rejected because of the “settled” status on your credit report. Settled remark on your credit report has a negative impact on your score and shows the lender that you have not been able to pay your dues in full.

We, at Credexpert, provide services where we analyse credit reports and help individuals understand the report in a comprehensive manner. We also provide services where we help individuals by coordinating with lending institutions and credit bureaus, to help them remove the settled remark from their credit report.

For more details on our services, please visit our website http://www.credexpert.co.in

Regards,
Credexpert.

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Indrani May 24, 2013 at 10:22 AM

Hi,
There was some error in my CIBIL report,some wrong entries were there from HDFC bank which after repeated mails they corrected but my credit score hasent increased a bit.Also they made 4 inquiries on my CIBIL report in a span of a week.Since I had applied for a loan but the bank has said that your score hasnt increased due to several inquiries made by HDFC.I want know that does making too many inquiries affects Credit score and if so then up to what extent ,like 4 inquiries are made in a weeks time so my credit score would be reduced.Please clarify?

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Shiv Kukreja May 25, 2013 at 11:48 AM

Hi Indrani,
It negatively affects your score, only if your actions indicate that you are “Credit Hungry”. If the same lender is making four inquiries due to some reasons, it does not indicate that you are credit hungry and ideally it should not affect your credit score negatively.

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Credexpert June 14, 2013 at 7:42 PM

Dear Indrani,

Yes, having too many enquiries, and in your case 4 in one week, affects your score. If you have not made these applications, you can raise a dispute with CIBIL to get them removed from your credit report. This may help in improving your score.
Also, analyse your report for other factors which may have affected your score.

We, at Credexpert, provide services where we analyse individuals credit reports and give them a comprehensive view of the details in the report and guide them in the direction of how they can improve their score. Our service where we raise the dispute with the credit bureau on your behalf and help your resolve your queries related to credit report.

If you need further assistance regarding your query, please feel free to visit our website http://www.credexpert.co.in for more details.

Regards,
Credexpert.

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Vivek May 28, 2013 at 1:05 PM

How long does a Loan A/c details (Fully paid and settled one) stay on CIBIL Report. Because, when I checked my CIBIL, the loan details are from 2003 onwards (almost 10 years). Can I request the same to be deleted.

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Shiv Kukreja May 28, 2013 at 1:55 PM

Hi Vivek,
CIBIL is required to maintain all the accounts, delinquent accounts as well as good standing accounts, for a minimum period of 7 years. I am not 100% sure what is the maximum period for which it maintains these details but I think CIBIL will not remove any details as per your request. CIBIL will do that only if any of the lenders asks it to do so.

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D. sai krishna May 28, 2013 at 9:40 PM

how to remove my name from civil score?

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Shiv Kukreja May 29, 2013 at 9:52 AM

If you have taken any loan or credit card, your credit history gets maintained at CIBIL and you cannot get your name & credit history removed/changed from CIBIL records on your own.

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T.K.NATARAJAN June 1, 2013 at 6:40 AM

Dear Sir,
I am having LIC HFL loan . Now i m paying the installment regularly through ECS.
I applied my LOAN before 7 months and The First 3months ECS amount of around 2000 was not cleared due to deduction request to Bank from LIC HFL didn’t reach.
LIC HFL asked me to pay the amount of around Rs.2000 along with interest around Rs.200 in its cash counter and paid it and cleared the EMI.
My question is will my Name appear in CIBIL report . If so How to remove it ?…

Please advise.
T.K.Natarajan.

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Shiv Kukreja June 3, 2013 at 11:14 AM

Hi,
I’m not sure how it would get reflected in your credit report as it depends on LIC HFL how they have reported it. You should buy your credit report & check how it is showing in the report. If it is negatively affecting your report, then you should ask LIC HFL to correct it. If they dont do that, you can raise Dispute Resolution Request with CIBIL.

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alok goyle June 10, 2013 at 8:05 AM

we have some customers who are unwilling to pay our bills and send us the required C forms for VAT purposes
we have gone to court to collect the dues, is there a way to have these defaults listed in the credit rating system so that in future when they do apply for a loan from any agency they can be questioned about the defaults

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alok goyle June 10, 2013 at 8:05 AM

we have some customers who are unwilling to pay our bills and send us the required C forms for VAT purposes
we have gone to court to collect the dues, is there a way to have these defaults listed in the credit rating system so that in future when they do apply for a loan from any agency they can be questioned about the defaults

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Shiv Kukreja June 10, 2013 at 11:10 PM

Sorry Alok, I’ve no idea about it.

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VIVEK June 10, 2013 at 5:11 PM

HI,I M VIVEK I HAVE TAKE HOME LOAN 400000/ FOR 20 YEARS AT 2006.BUT I HAVE PAID IN 3 YEARS.BUT OTHER THEN I TAKE BIKE LOAN AT 2008 BUT AFTOR 6 MONTH MY VECHILE WAS STOLEN SO,I M NOT PAY THE INSTALLMENT BUT I WAS ALL BALANCE DUE PAID ON 19/9/2012.AFTOR THAT I WAS GOING FOR PERSONAL LOAN.BUT BANK HAS BEEN REJECTED MY FILE .MY SALARY ARE 29000/PER MONTH & ALSO FIR & FR COPY OF BIKE THEIFT ENCLOSED WITH BANK.PLZ REPLY WHAT CAN I DO.

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Shiv Kukreja June 10, 2013 at 11:13 PM

Hi Vivek… You could try applying for a loan with some other banks/lenders and they might approve your loan.

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Credexpert June 14, 2013 at 7:44 PM

Dear Mr. Vivek,

You need to ask the bank the reason for the rejection of your application. If it is because of your credit score, you can order a report from the concerned bureau. The details of the late payments would have been reported by your bank to the credit bureau and this might be the reason why it negatively impacted your score.

Explain the lender your situation for non payment towards your bike loan and this might give a window for the lenders to consider your loan application.

We, at Credexpert, provide services where we analyse credit reports and help individuals understand the report in a comprehensive manner. We also provide services where we help individuals by coordinating with lending institutions and credit bureaus, as required.

For more details, please visit our website http://www.credexpert.co.in

Regards,
Credexpert.

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Raj Kumar Tiwari June 14, 2013 at 1:57 PM

Dear Shiv, i have received my CIBIL report & the score is 636. How i can increase my scoring to get loans & credit cards. If you required i can give you my report on seperate mail (if you share your mail id). Can you help me? Pls., advise.

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Shiv Kukreja June 18, 2013 at 11:33 AM

Dear Mr. Tiwari,
Please check this post to know about various measures to improve your CIBIL score. I charge professional fee for analysing credit reports and give advice based on the report. If required, you can contact me at +91-9811797407 or skukreja@investitude.co.in for more info.

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Shiv Kukreja June 18, 2013 at 11:40 AM
syed November 14, 2013 at 6:32 PM

Hi Shiv need your comment i have given my cridit card to my friend & he used it for his personal reason know he has clear 1 card & another card still dues are there & many time he paid cheques to bank & that cheque got bounce is it going to impact my CIBIL report if yes then what is the way out to get this clear kindly suggest.

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Shiv Kukreja November 15, 2013 at 11:40 AM

Hi Syed,

If the second card is in your name, it is definitely going to affect your credit history negatively. Just pay off the credit card balance immediately & ask your friend to pay you back the money. All these are factual transactions and that is why you cannot get them cleared. But, if you can improve your credit record going forward, it will help you improve your score as well.

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Syed November 16, 2013 at 12:38 PM

Dear Shiv paying EMI through cheque is not a good payment method it will be good to pay online or through ECS which is actually a good method to pay on time as you know that to clear the cheque it hardly takes 48hours to clear from the bank but if your score has come down i can improve and also i can see how many days you have DPDs in your cibil report to a particular bank because it can have 2 cheque bounces but it should not be more than than 2 bounces so please contact me for more details Syed 8095355329

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subhransu sekhar sahoo June 18, 2013 at 9:58 AM

i w give payment but not ricive my cibil cradit report-

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Shiv Kukreja June 18, 2013 at 11:21 AM

Please call 022 61404300 or write a mail to CIBIL on info@cibil.com to get your matter resolved.

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ramanathan dwarakanathan June 18, 2013 at 9:59 PM

unlike in the past,Banks/NBFC’s give lots of emphasis to CIBIL score when they evaluate a credit proposal.
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G.Vinodkumar June 19, 2013 at 5:37 PM

Hi, I had applied for personal loan at SBH. Bank said that my Cibil report shows that two credit cards were settled under one time settlement scheme. I do not owe any dues but still the bank had rejected my application pl. guide me.

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G.Vinodkumar June 19, 2013 at 5:38 PM

Hi, I had applied for personal loan at SBI. Bank said that my Cibil report shows that two credit cards were settled under one time settlement scheme. I do not owe any dues but still the bank had rejected my application pl. guide me.

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Shiv Kukreja June 21, 2013 at 2:13 PM

Hi Vinodkumar,
You should buy your CIBIL credit report and check yourself which loan accounts are shown as settled in the report. If those accounts do not belong to you, then you should raise Dispute Resolution request with CIBIL. If the info is correct, then it is the discretion of the banks whether they want to extend their loan facilities to you or not. If one bank has refused to lend you a loan, you should approach other lenders. Also, you should try to improve your credit score by maintaining a clean credit history.

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saurabh June 21, 2013 at 5:33 PM

Dear Shiv,
I was unable to pay my cc bill for 3 months. However, i dont have any more outstanding dues on my cc right now. My cc expires this month. Ideally, the bank replaces the card for their customers in the month when it is going to expire. However, I have been denied replacement due to unsatisfactory CIBIL rating.
My question is; will my CIBIL rating improve if I let this card expire (with all dues cleared) and stop using cc for some time?
Look forward to hearing from you
Thanks

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Shiv Kukreja June 22, 2013 at 8:48 PM

Dear Saurabh,
It would have been better if the same bank had reissued you the card and you could have improved your credit history by paying bills on time. I would say try to get a card issued from a new lender and keep paying for this card regularly without a default. This might result in your credit score getting improved.

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saurabh June 24, 2013 at 3:03 PM

Hi Shiv,
Many thanks for your assistance and prompt response. I’ll take your advice and try applying for a cc with a new lender.
I forgot to mention that in addition to my personal cc, I also have a corporate credit card issued to me by the company I work for. There have been no payment default for the dues on this card. I am sure this will contribute towards improving my CIBIL rating, since the corporate cc is in my name. Please correct me if I am wrong.
Regards,
Saurabh

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Shiv Kukreja July 4, 2013 at 9:12 PM

Hi Saurabh,
You are right, your corporate credit card, with no default till date, will definitely help you improve your score.

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Krishna July 2, 2013 at 2:41 AM

Hi
Recently, I have applied credit card request but it was declined stating that Low cibil score, however I got automobile loan from HDFC in the year of 2007 also I sucessfully paid all the EMI’s but this details are not in my CIBIL report also this details I got from Bank. Is there any possible to update this detail in my CIBIL report? If this details is added surely I will get a good score. Please kindly advice

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Krishna July 2, 2013 at 2:43 AM

Hi
Recently, I have applied credit card request but it was declined stating that Low cibil score, however I got automobile loan from HDFC in the year of 2007 also I sucessfully paid all the EMI’s but this details are not in my CIBIL report also this information I got from Bank. Is there any possible to update my old automobile loan details in my CIBIL report? If this details is added surely I will get a good score. Please kindly advice

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Credexpert July 2, 2013 at 7:53 PM

Dear Mr. Krishna,

Yes, you can get your automobile loan account details updated on your credit report. You can either contact the lending institution and request them to update the records or you can raise a dispute with CIBIL for the same.

The CIBIL dispute can be raised at the following address: http://www.cibil.com/consumer-dispute-resolution

For this purpose, you will have to apply for your credit report.

Your CIBIL score is an outcome of various factors such as number of accounts, type of accounts – secured or unsecured, your payment history, number of enquiries etc. Once you get your credit report, we suggest you check if all the details in your report are accurate.

Regards,
Credexpert.
http://www.credexpert.co.in

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shaligram hiralal lahenkar July 2, 2013 at 12:03 PM

I want to know
My credit score

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Credexpert July 3, 2013 at 12:37 PM

Dear Mr. Lahenkar,

To know your credit score, you can apply for your credit report from any of the three bureaus – CIBIL, Equifax or Experian.

To apply for your CIBIL report and score, you may follow this link,
https://www.cibil.com/online/credit-score-check.do, and complete the application form and submit it online with the payment.

For Equifax, http://www.equifax.co.in/consumer/forms/credit_report/en_in

And for Experian, http://www.experian.in/consumer/index.html

Regards,
Credexpert.
http://www.credexpert.co.in

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Jawed Imtiaz July 2, 2013 at 5:42 PM

Dear Sir,
I have availed a personal loan(PL) of Rs. 4,00,000/- for 3 years. I have 3 credit card also . I regularly pay the bills in due time. I want to know that if I foreclosure my PL before 3 years by paying lum-sum amount at a time, whether it will affect my credit score in a -ve way or +way.
Please guide me in this case. Thanks in advance….

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Credexpert July 3, 2013 at 12:31 PM

Dear Mr. Imtiaz

Prepaying your personal loan will have a positive affect but to what extent will depend on the other factors on your credit report.

This might show a good picture to the lenders if you are planning to apply for a new loan, in terms of lower existing obligations. However, a longer credit history with regular payments also contributes to your credit score. So it is advisable to continue paying as per the current terms unless it is necessary to foreclose.

While prepaying the loan, do check the prepayment charges to be paid, if any. These charges may vary with the bank.

Regards,
Credexpert.
http://www.credexpert.co.in

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sudhir ranjan July 3, 2013 at 7:23 PM

sir, my cibil score is 772,can i eligible to get a personal loan ;

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Shiv Kukreja July 4, 2013 at 9:08 PM

Hi Sudhir,
CIBIL score is not the only criteria for a lender to decide if they would be able to extend you a personal loan. Though 772 is a good score, the lender will check your complete profile including your income and loan requirement, before taking a final call.

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Ajay Choudhary July 3, 2013 at 10:51 PM

I had a Credit Card from March 2011 and from Nov 2011 Due to financial problem I was not able to pay my credit card bill… My status is mentioned as “Write Off” (As the bank emailed me saying this) can you tell me what this status means and if I pay the whole bill with interest in one shot, then can I have a good credit score within coming 1-2 years… My current Salary is 75K/month, so do this will help to get a good CIBIL Score in coming 1-2 years…

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Credexpert July 4, 2013 at 4:27 PM

Dear Mr. Choudhary,

Write Off means that since you did not repay the borrowed money the lending institution has considered this loan/credit card account as a Non performing loan and as required by standard practices, has written off the amount in their books. However, this does not mean that they do not expect to recover the amount but will continue to attempt to recover this loan.

This remark has a negative impact on the score and is viewed negatively by lending institutions. If you repay the complete outstanding amount . it could have a positive impact on your score. However, the late payments against this account would reflect on your credit report even after the closure of this account.

Improving a credit score is a slow and gradual process and you would have to demonstrate positive credit behaviour over time for the same. Your salary would not help to improve your score unless the same has been used to make timely repayments for all the credit facilities you have availed.

Regards,
Credexpert

http://www.credexpert.co.in

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Vivek July 4, 2013 at 5:16 PM

For an inactive or closed because of settlement loan or credit card, the DPD string stays constant…..can we request the bank or cibil to keep shifting DPD string of a closed or inactive loan every month…

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Credexpert July 5, 2013 at 2:08 PM

Dear Vivek,

Once a loan/credit card is repaid and closed, there is no further repayment history (i.e. DPDs). Due to this the DPD against a closed account would reflect on your credit report and cannot be removed.

The negative impact of these DPDs would reduce over a period of time as they would be not as recent as they are today.

Regards,
Credexpert
http://www.credexpert.co.in

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Anoop July 9, 2013 at 8:33 AM

Sir ,
Aap ka blog pe de hu jankari bahut fayedemand hai.
mera CIBIL score 829 hai . kya mujhe vehicle loan mel sakta hai.

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Credexpert July 10, 2013 at 7:52 PM

Dear Anoop,

A CIBIL score of 829 is good. There is a high probability of you getting a vehicle loan.

However, do keep in mind that all banks have their own internal policies for sanctioning a loan. They will look at other parameters other than your CIBIL score.

Regards,
Credexpert.
http://www.credexpert.co.in

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Nagoor Khan July 9, 2013 at 12:47 PM

Dear Sir,
I have applied for Loan and Credit card, both are rejected due to cibil matter,
But i like to know the what is the reason to take further steps to clear up the issue.
1. Loan taken from which bank: under which A/c. no:
2. Loan taken on which date: month:Year:
3. Loan taken for what amount.
4. How much loan cleared.
5. In which name i have issued cheques to clean my loan.
6. what documents i have submitted to take loan.
7. why the bankers not sent me any notice/letter/ for my pending issue if there is pending issue.
8. I am staying since my child hood in same address which was given in loan form.
9. If cheque return/bounce then why they din’t turned up with this issue.
PLEASE DO THE FAVOUR TO ME SO THAT I CAN PROCEED ACCORDINGLY BECAUSE OF THIS I AM NOT IN A POSITION TO APPLY ANY KIND OF LOAN, WHICH DISTURB MY HEALTH AND MENTALLY.
YOUR KIND HELP IN THIS REGARD WILL BE HIGHLY APPRECIABLE.

8.

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Credexpert July 10, 2013 at 7:51 PM

Dear Mr. Khan

If your credit applications have been rejected due to a CIBIL score, you need to apply for a credit report from their website. Once you receive your report, check all the details on your report. See if all the details belong to you and are accurate.

The following details are shown on your credit report:

1. Demographics – Your name, address, telephone numbers, Identity proof etc.

2. Employment details – This section reflects details such as occupation, income, income indicator etc.

3. Account details – The type of account, date opened and closed, the status (written off, settled etc.), the amount sanctioned/credit limit, the account payment history etc.
The payment history gives the payment details over the last 36 months. Any late payments are reflected here.

4. Enquiries – This section shows the number of applications you have made to credit institutions.

The above details on your report have an affect on your credit score. You need to make sure that the above details belong to you and are accurate.

Regards,
Credexpert
http://www.credexpert.co.in

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Hari prasad July 12, 2013 at 5:29 PM

I had no idea my credit was bad. The guys at Credit Sudhaar analysed my report. The process took some time but my credit was restored, enhanced and protected. I have no reason for complaints.

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Basant Kumar July 15, 2013 at 5:18 PM

Dear Sir/Ma’m,

I took a loan from city finance in the year of 2007. In Jan 2010 when the repayment of loan was to just to be completed their Call Centre executive requested that I should go for Top-Up loan of Rs 300000/- which was sanctioned and deposited in my account.
I continuously paid the EMIs for 20 months , I lost my job and started facing problems in paying EMI. I approached City Finance to convince and to make the EMI amount Low by increasing the Number of EMI (Re-finance) the balance amount, I was given assurance but not guarantee for that.
I than applied for exemption from paying the EMI for next six months period, which was confirmed from City Finance but on the other hand they put my name in CIBIL.

Now I want to know , once the Bank has confirmed about request and even permitted me for exemption for 6 months(On Phone) than how they can send my name in CIBIL.

After this when I resumed paying EMI one of their executive stopped me to do so, and offered me a settlement which I agreed due to Poor Knowledge of Loans. However, I never requested for any settlement but they sent me written confirmation. I paid the settled amount and the account was closed.
But even after closing my loan account also my name is not deleted from CIBIL. Now I seek your help as How to remove name from CIBIL as the Education Loan for my son’s study was rejected due to this.

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Credexpert July 16, 2013 at 1:15 PM

Dear Mr. Kumar,

CIBIL is a credit information bureau, it is the repository of all the credit data submitted by the lending institutions at a regular period. All lending institutions have to be members of atleast one bureau.

The Borrowers data consists of:
1. Demographics – name, address, telephone numbers, Identity proof etc.
2. Employment details – This section reflects the last employment details at the time of applying the recent credit facility, details such as occupation, income, income indicator etc.
3. Account details – The type of account, date opened and closed, the status (written off, settled etc.), the amount sanctioned/credit limit, the account payment history etc.
The payment history gives the payment details over the last 36 months. Any late payments (DPDs) are reflected here.
4. Enquiries – This section shows the number of applications you have made to credit institutions. Thus, anyone who has availed a credit facility, their data is updated into the records of the credit bureau.

Please understand that your name appearing in CIBIL is not necessarily a bad thing. All these details play a role is assessing your score, based on which your loan application may be approved or rejected. A clean credit history with no late payments will lead to a good score and vice versa.

In your case, as I understand, the account was first restructured. Then you were unable to pay your EMIs for a certain period and hence your report will show late payments. After that, the account was settled and closed.

All the above details appear on your credit report and hence will have a negative impact on your score. Also note that even if the bank has given the confirmation for exemption, the details will be reported as is.

Please remember that all communications with banks should always be done in writing so as to have proof of the same.

If you really need to understand your credit report, I suggest you apply for your CIBIL report from their website. This will give you an idea of what has affected your credit score and how you can improve it. If you still don’t understand the credit report you could approach an expert for guidance.

You can apply for your report and score on this link: https://www.cibil.com/online/credit-score-check.do

Regards,
Credexpert
http://www.credexpert.co.in

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Amit July 29, 2013 at 1:49 PM

Hello,

Thanks for this great post. It is really enlightening. I applied for my CIBIL report as soon as I read this post. I haven’t received it yet.

1) I am a guarantor for a home loan taken by another individual. Will my CIBIL report get negatively affected by all liabilities of that individual or only for home loan for which I am the guarantor?

2) I believe information maintained by CIBIL is misused by Credit Card companies. I am getting threatening calls from a particular Credit Card loan shark for the non-payment of a credit card bill by the other individual for whose home loan I am a guarantor. How do the Credit Card companies get financial information from CIBIL for data which they dont control?
Is my guess correct?

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Credexpert July 30, 2013 at 7:17 PM

Dear Amit,

To address your queries:

1) If you are a guarantor for a loan, the details of that particular account will appear on your credit report and depending on the behaviour on that account, it will have a positive or negative impact on your score. The other credit facilities of the individual will not be reflected on your report and hence will not affect your score.

2) The credit card collector should not only have your information, but additionally should not be chasing you down for a payment which you have not guaranteed. If you know the credit card issuer whose collector is following up with you, write to them about this and say that you are not liable for the repayment and the credit card collectors should stop harassing you. If they do not respond, you can approach the banking ombudsman.

Regards,
Credexpert
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Kabir September 30, 2013 at 1:08 PM

My loan was rejected. Credit Sudhaar was my choice. Initially they were slow. But their counsellors were able to handle all my queries. I will give Credit Sudhaar a positive review

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MAHENDRA SOLANKI October 12, 2013 at 4:03 PM

Dear Sir,
I have applied for Loan my loan rejected due to cibil matter,
But i like to know the what is the reason to take further steps to clear up the issue.
PLEASE DO THE FAVOUR TO ME SO THAT I CAN PROCEED ACCORDINGLY BECAUSE OF THIS I AM NOT IN A POSITION TO APPLY ANY KIND OF LOAN, WHICH DISTURB MY HEALTH AND MENTALLY.
YOUR KIND HELP IN THIS REGARD WILL BE HIGHLY APPRECIABLE.
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Credexpert October 14, 2013 at 11:43 AM

Dear Mr. Solanki,

Your credit score could be low and there could be various factors that could have impacted your score negatively. High outstanding balances, late payments, settlements, write – offs, high number of enquiries are a few of such factors.

We would be able to suggest and facilitate you with the right steps to rebuild your credit score only after the facts appearing on your credit report are analysed.

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Fishaqi October 12, 2013 at 11:36 PM

Six months back I bought 3 air conditioners using 0% EMI option on my Bajaj finance Card.
Next day, I received an SMS saying my card has been blocked. I have just ignored it and paying my emi regularly using ecs option. This month, I have logged to my Bajaj account and checked the card status. It says inactive. My CIBIL Score as provided is 760. When I enquired with Bajaj finance about the status of my card, they said it is because of their credit policy. Please clarify on this.
Thanks!

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Syed October 13, 2013 at 6:15 PM

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Credexpert October 14, 2013 at 11:51 AM

Dear Fishaqi,

We would suggest that you co-ordinate with Bajaj Finance and explain the series of event in a sequential manner and seek the following answers:
1. The reason for your credit card being blocked.
2. The status of the repayments that were made after the card was blocked and reversal if any.

Since, Bajaj Finance would not be recognizing your repayments after the card was blocked, there could be possibilities that your credit report reflects late payments against this credit card account. These late payments would impact your credit score and would be viewed negatively by lending institutions.

We offer service wherein our experts handhold, guide and coordinate with lending institutions and/or the credit bureau to resolve any errors appearing on the credit report and ensure a healthy credit report.

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Syed November 16, 2013 at 12:40 PM

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Aryan October 21, 2013 at 10:42 AM

Hello,
I have car loan from HDFC with a tenure of 36months. Have cleared 18 EMIs on time. Few months ago got a CD 0% loan from Bajaj for 8 months. On Bajaj’s A/c login I see my CIBIL score as 00813.
I am planning to foreclose the HDFC car loan. I hope this would not affect negatively on my CIBIL score. Kindly advice.
Thanks & Regards
Aryan

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Credexpert October 21, 2013 at 12:23 PM

Dear Mr. Aryan,

One of the most important factors affecting your score is your credit history. Negative remarks like ‘Settlement, late payments, written-off, foreclosure, etc. will negatively affect your score and clean credit history with regular repayments and normal closure of the credit accounts will boost your score.

Thus, longer your good credit history, there will be more value add to your score.

Foreclosing your car loan account by paying the entire outstanding on your loan (principle + interest) will not affect your score. However, if you do not do so, it will result in a settlement and this will be viewed negatively by lenders in your future borrowings and which will be reflected on your credit report for at least 7 years.

Unless it is not that important and your financials allow you to make normal payment towards this loan, do not go for any foreclosure and / or settlement.

If you want to know more about credit and credit bureaus, you can download our free e-guide on Credit, Credit Bureaus and all that here: http://www.credexpert.in/eguide/

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Ashok GC October 24, 2013 at 11:42 AM

HI Sir,
i had outstanding of Rs 42650. i paid Rs 37000 before 18 days. Now Left some amount which payment date in 11th Nov 2013.
Due Low Cibil Score 741(Hdfc Credit Card) my personal was rejected from axis,hdfc.icci.

After, How long shall i expect my cibil score to be update and when shall i appy for personal loan in citi bank.

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Credexpert October 24, 2013 at 7:51 PM

Dear Mr. Ashok,
If you have been defaulting on your loans or making late payments, it will reflect on your credit report and will be viewed negatively by lenders. This may have affected your applications to the banks you have mentioned.

Your CIBIL score is calculated based on various parameters such as no. of accounts, credit history, credit mix, enquiries etc. To improve your score, pay all your dues on time and over-time your score will improve.

We would request you to stop making any further enquiries till your score is improved. Too many enquiries on your credit report is viewed negatively by the lenders and it gives an impression of a ‘Credit shopper’

Apply for a personal loan until it is not that urgent requirement if possible arrange for an interest free borrowing (family, friends, etc.).

We provide services where we analyse you credit report and score. We also provide solutions to improve your score and handhold you through the process of coordination with lenders and other institutions.

Please visit out website http://www.credexpert.in for more information on our services.

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AKRAM ALI SHAIKH October 24, 2013 at 4:19 PM

HOW CAN WE CHECK OUR CREDIT REPORT

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AKRAM ALI SHAIKH October 24, 2013 at 4:22 PM

WE PAY OUR ALL CREDIT CARD PAYMENT AND WE PAY ALL OUR LOAN AMOUNT HOW CAN WE CHECK OUR CREDIT REPORT?

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AKRAM ALI SHAIKH October 24, 2013 at 4:35 PM

Hi sir, pls clear me for this we pay our all credit card payment like HDFC,HSBC,SBI,ICICI,STANDERD CHARTED, we pay also we pay our loan like ICICI,CITI FENAICIAL, KOTAK MAHENDRA, please clear me for we are di-falter ?
How can we apply for loan or credit card?

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Credexpert October 24, 2013 at 7:53 PM

Dear Mr. Akram
Credit reports are used for accessing your credit worthiness based on number of accounts, credit mix, payment history and enquiries.

If you have been making all your payments on time, then your credit report will be clean and viewed positively by lenders.

If you wish to apply for a loan or a credit card, you may browse through the websites of lending institutions and choose the product which suits you the best. Please ensure that you do not make too many applications so this will reflect on your credit report and affect your score.

You can access you CIBIL credit report at this link: https://www.cibil.com/online/credit-score-check.do

If you want to know more about credit and credit bureaus, you can download our free e-guide on Credit, Credit Bureaus and all that here: http://www.credexpert.in/eguide/

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Ashok GC October 25, 2013 at 2:06 PM

Sir,

i have cleared all my outstanding Credit Card Balance.

Please, Let me know after how long the CibiL Score get Update.
Current Cibil Score Is 741.

How Much My cibil should be for approval of Personal Loan.

Thanks & Regards,
Ashok GC

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Syed October 25, 2013 at 2:34 PM

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Credexpert October 25, 2013 at 7:20 PM

Dear Ashok,

Updating your records is a function of the reporting cycle followed by the banks from which you have borrowed. It is therefore difficult to indicate when and by how much your score will improve – November 5th seems unlikely and if you keep applying and getting rejected, the increase in the number of enquiries will in fact have a negative impact on your score.

We would suggest you be patient and apply later.

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Syed October 25, 2013 at 2:32 PM

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AKRAM ALI SHAIKH October 25, 2013 at 8:48 PM

Dear Sir,

Thanks for your reply e-mail, All ready we pay our all Bank payment not balance any amount.
and we have all Bank letter .
1—–KOTAK MAHINDRA BANK—
Agreement No ——CSG-833191
Agreement Date—–26 Des-05
Loan Amount ——–50,000
First EMI due on ——10-jan 06
we pay all EMI 10 Jan to 03 Nov 07 and after we pay 04/12/07 cas amount 36000/for PDC cases ensure that paid 7 days before.10 DEC 07 /and we have letter KOTAK MAHINDRA BANK FOR OUR RECORD.
————————————————————————————————————————————————-
2——-ICICI BANK- PERSONAL LOAN—–A/C No LP MUM 00002087047.
We pay EMI and some balance Total amount we pay 04 2007 and we have closing letter..
3—-I C I C I BANK ACCOUNT NO 001905003097 we pay 51000/by cheque and after we go received closed account letter ..and we have our record..

————————————————————————————————————————————————–HSBC CARD ACCOUNT No4384599909234246/ INR .63.955.00/ we pay 28 NOV 2007/
we have full and final closure letter for our record…

————————————————————————————————————————————————-
STANDARD CHARTED—SCB CARD NO 9356500828558510/4129057680822564/4940768023435172
we pay all amount INR 828/ dated 9/1/2008/and we have closure letter our record..
————————————————————————————————————————————————-
CITI FINANCIAL–LOAN ACCOUNT NO 8733698/ We pay INR 15000 dated 20 sep2011/ letter No20110920JP0005596047/ we have closing letter for our record….
————————————————————————————————————————————————-
HDFC BANK—5176521006740395—We pay all amount 52,849.00 Dated 28/02/2013/
we have this closing letter for our record..
————————————————————————————————————————————————–
Sir, We request you to please we make many applications so this will reflect on our credit report and affect our score?
please inform clearly. what can i do?

THANK YOU
AKRAM ALI SHAIKH.

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Credexpert October 26, 2013 at 11:39 AM

Dear Mr. Akram,

All applications that you make to lending institutions will reflect on your credit report. This is because every such institution will make an enquiry for your credit report with CIBIL or other credit bureaus.

If you have made many applications in the recent past, this will negatively impact your score and lenders will view it as “credit shopping”.

We suggest you apply for your credit report from any of the three credit bureaus (CIBIL, EQUIFAX, EXPERIAN) to know and analyse its contents before you make any more applications. This will also help you dispute any errors that may be there on your report.
You can visit our website http://www.credexpert.in to view our services. We can help you through the process of credit report application, analysing your report and also guide you on how to improve your score.

You can also download our free e-guide on Credit, Credit Bureaus and all that to know and understand more about credit reports and scores.
You can download it here: http://www.credexpert.in/eguide/

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Syed October 27, 2013 at 12:26 PM

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Dhananjaya February 16, 2015 at 4:25 PM

Hi Syed,

I have taken personal loan. There are 3 to 4 cheque bounces on EMI’s and my CIBIL score has become very low. I have cleared those EMIs and after 5 months my EMIs will be closing. After clearing of the EMIs can my CIBIL score will increase or do I need to do anything.

Kindly advise.

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Credexpert February 17, 2015 at 10:38 AM

Dear Sir,

Payment history for last 36 months is reflected in your CIBIL report. It is advisable that you make timely payments towards all your credit accounts in future. Also, once you have made all your payments and closed your loan, ensure that you collect the “No Dues Certificate” from the lending institution and the closure of your loan is updated with CIBIL.

Using a secured credit card is one option you could look at to build your credit history and score. You could opt for a “secured” credit card. Since these credit cards are secured against “Fixed deposits”, you would possibly get one without any hindrance. Make timely repayments against it to improve your score. Monitor the increase in your score before applying for any credit facility.

Improvement of credit score is a time consuming process and eventually your score will improve once you have built a good credit history. It is difficult to say how much time this will take and to what extent will it improve. However, it is important that you continue to maintain good credit behaviour.

Regards,
Credexpert
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deepak December 20, 2013 at 2:24 PM

dear sir
my name is deepak,i want to know my cibil cradit .now can i get persnol loan what i do?

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deepak December 20, 2013 at 2:26 PM

can i get my cradit score ,whitout paying any fees ?

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Credexpert December 21, 2013 at 11:38 AM

Dear Mr. Deepak,

To obtain your CIBIL report and score you may click on the following link and follow the instructions by filling in your KYC details and paying the requisite fees of Rs.470. As of now, your credit report and score is not available for free.

https://www.cibil.com/online/credit-score-check.do

If your credit score is good, you can approach your bank and submit the application form for the personal loan along with the required documents.

Regards,
Credexpert
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sandeep Gopal Mane December 26, 2013 at 8:54 PM

Pls send the detail for Pan- APHPM5915L
Name – sandeep Gopal mane

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Credexpert December 27, 2013 at 10:22 AM

Dear Sandeep,

If you wish to obtain your CIBIL report and score, kindly visit the following link and follow the steps given on the page:

https://www.cibil.com/online/credit-score-check.do.

Regards,
Credexpert
http://www.credexpert.in

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simanchal January 16, 2014 at 10:20 PM

i have taken loan for my bike for which i have already paid all my loan now still my cibil score is low my pan card no is ALMPB8835H
my loan was from ICICI a/c no LTTNE00013830590
PLEASE help me with information how can i clear my credit rating and have a good cibil score

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Credexpert January 17, 2014 at 7:03 PM

Dear Simanchal,

Your CIBIL score depends on various factors such as your loan payment history, type of credit facilities availed or credit mix, length of credit history, account status, number of enquiries etc.

You need to check these details on your credit report to identify why your score is low. If you pay all your dues on time, keep a good credit mix and have limited enquiries on your report, you will be able to build a good credit score.

Regards,
Credexpert
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Syed May 25, 2014 at 1:13 PM

By providing the Pan card number would not allow to pull out the cibil report so please contact me i will help you to improve the cibil score and update the status and also will get you the report immediately 8095355329

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Syed Arif October 16, 2014 at 3:30 PM

1. We will purchase a detailed CIBIL report (CIR) on your behalf.

2. We will be analyze your Credit History & Credit Score.

3. A detailed plan will be drafted to resolve any discrepancies first i.e., (you might have paid all the dues to the financial institutions and information in CIBIL is wrongly updated. We will fix the errors on your credit report)

4. Then we will check about the defaults / overdue amount to be paid by you to the financial institutions.

5. We will first check with you (since when you have defaulted or not paid the amount to the financial institutions)

6. Then we will check with the bank about the closure amount.

7. After paying the closure amount to the creditors.

8. We will get you the closure letter/ No due certificate letter from the bank.

9. We take the complete responsibility of the documentation for closure.

10. We also ensure the CIBIL update is done by the bank. And whichever information’s are not updated in the report we will get it updated in the report.

11. For the score to improve there must be running loan or credit card so we will get you a pre paid card for the score improvement and monitor for the score

12. After updating all the records in CIBIL, your CIBIL will be cleared & then loans should not get declined.

CIBIL
:-collects and maintains your personal information and records of your payments pertaining to loans and credit cards. This information is then used to create credit information report(CIR)and credit scores which are provided to lenders in order to help evaluate and approve/reject loan applications/credit cards
Major factors affects for credit score
?

1 Payment history.
?

2 High utilization of credit limit.
?

3 Higher percentage of credit cards or personal loans(also known as unsecured loan).
?

4 Many new accounts opened recently.
Different types of ownership seen in the cibil report
1. Single 2.Joint 3.Authorized User 4.Guarantor
Causes of negative or bad credit history
Irregular payment history, Write-offs and Settlements, High Current Balances, High number of Enquiries.
Collection Agents
:-In a word, NO.Many Collection agents use aggressive tactics in an effort to frighten you into paying them directly. Some will claim that they will not work with a settlement company or third party. Others will try to scar
e you into not working with settlement companies because they “will rob you of your money”. These are nothing more than scare
-tactics because they know they will get more money out of you are forced to deal with them directly. If you are contacted, simply tell them that you are i enrolled with Debt Doctor for Debt Negotiation and settlement services, give them the telephone number of our help line(Which you will receive after enrolling),and then simply hang up. You are paying us to handle the dirty work, s
o don’t take more
burden on your shoulders than you have to!

CIBIL CLERANCE
:-We will get the cibil report. Our CIBIL Management service includes analysis of your CIBIL report, steps to resolve any discrepancies, including its rectification. Further we assist individuals to increase their credit score and overall credibility in terms of credit worthiness clearing.

For Further Details Contact : Syed Arif : 9535385135

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Syed Arif October 16, 2014 at 3:30 PM

1. We will purchase a detailed CIBIL report (CIR) on your behalf.

2. We will be analyze your Credit History & Credit Score.

3. A detailed plan will be drafted to resolve any discrepancies first i.e., (you might have paid all the dues to the financial institutions and information in CIBIL is wrongly updated. We will fix the errors on your credit report)

4. Then we will check about the defaults / overdue amount to be paid by you to the financial institutions.

5. We will first check with you (since when you have defaulted or not paid the amount to the financial institutions)

6. Then we will check with the bank about the closure amount.

7. After paying the closure amount to the creditors.

8. We will get you the closure letter/ No due certificate letter from the bank.

9. We take the complete responsibility of the documentation for closure.

10. We also ensure the CIBIL update is done by the bank. And whichever information’s are not updated in the report we will get it updated in the report.

11. For the score to improve there must be running loan or credit card so we will get you a pre paid card for the score improvement and monitor for the score

12. After updating all the records in CIBIL, your CIBIL will be cleared & then loans should not get declined.

CIBIL
:-collects and maintains your personal information and records of your payments pertaining to loans and credit cards. This information is then used to create credit information report(CIR)and credit scores which are provided to lenders in order to help evaluate and approve/reject loan applications/credit cards
Major factors affects for credit score
?

1 Payment history.
?

2 High utilization of credit limit.
?

3 Higher percentage of credit cards or personal loans(also known as unsecured loan).
?

4 Many new accounts opened recently.
Different types of ownership seen in the cibil report
1. Single 2.Joint 3.Authorized User 4.Guarantor
Causes of negative or bad credit history
Irregular payment history, Write-offs and Settlements, High Current Balances, High number of Enquiries.
Collection Agents
:-In a word, NO.Many Collection agents use aggressive tactics in an effort to frighten you into paying them directly. Some will claim that they will not work with a settlement company or third party. Others will try to scar
e you into not working with settlement companies because they “will rob you of your money”. These are nothing more than scare
-tactics because they know they will get more money out of you are forced to deal with them directly. If you are contacted, simply tell them that you are i enrolled with Debt Doctor for Debt Negotiation and settlement services, give them the telephone number of our help line(Which you will receive after enrolling),and then simply hang up. You are paying us to handle the dirty work, s
o don’t take more
burden on your shoulders than you have to!

CIBIL CLERANCE
:-We will get the cibil report. Our CIBIL Management service includes analysis of your CIBIL report, steps to resolve any discrepancies, including its rectification. Further we assist individuals to increase their credit score and overall credibility in terms of credit worthiness clearing.

For Further Details Contact : Syed Arif : 9535385135

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KAMAL KHUTIA March 14, 2014 at 11:51 AM

HI,
my pan no is AVPPK5668Q and i want to know my cibil report

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Credexpert March 15, 2014 at 10:17 AM

Dear Mr. Kamal,

If you wish to obtain your CIBIL report and score, kindly visit the following link and follow the steps given on the page:

https://www.cibil.com/online/credit-score-check.do.

Regards,
Credexpert
http://www.credexpert.in

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Syed May 25, 2014 at 1:12 PM

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punith May 25, 2014 at 12:51 AM

Dear sir
I have registered with the cibil…and my cibil registration I’d is GOO0514998413..I have paid 470 rs… But I don’t get my cibil score please help me out sir

Punith

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Syed May 25, 2014 at 1:10 PM

HI Sir might your authentication would have not been successful so if you want the cibil report please contact me 8095355329

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Kushal Majukar May 27, 2014 at 11:11 PM

Plz send me sir my civil trak

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Credexpert June 2, 2014 at 10:22 AM

Dear Mr. Majukar,

You can obtain your CIBIL credit report and score either online or offline. For online mode kindly click https://www.cibil.com/online/credit-score-check.do and for offline mode click https://www.cibil.com/sites/default/files/pdf/consumer-request-form.pdf

Regards,
Credexpert
http://www.credexpert.in

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bablu shaw June 1, 2014 at 10:12 PM

Hi sir want the cibil score my no 8100085139

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Credexpert June 2, 2014 at 11:07 AM

Dear Mr. Shaw,

You can obtain your CIBIL credit report and score either online or offline. For online mode kindly click https://www.cibil.com/online/credit-score-check.do and for offline mode click https://www.cibil.com/sites/default/files/pdf/consumer-request-form.pdf

Regards,
Credexpert
http://www.credexpert.in

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Arif sheikh June 6, 2014 at 12:18 PM

Arif sheikh
Hi,
My name arif sheikh my bajaj bike loan no 425058837. I have settled my loan with bajaj finance.I have noc also.
When I apply for the new loan of any bank finance.It is rejected by bank finance,They told me that your name is in CIBIL.
So can any buddy help me to update my name in CIBIL.

Thanks
Arif
+91 9039373108

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Syed June 9, 2014 at 11:02 AM

Dear Mr Arif,
We will help you to update the status and improving the Cibil score within 30days of time and if you have the cibil report please send it to my email id contact me immediately Syed 9739870082 or 8095355329 rahilsyed007@gmail.com

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Syed Arif October 16, 2014 at 3:31 PM

1. We will purchase a detailed CIBIL report (CIR) on your behalf.

2. We will be analyze your Credit History & Credit Score.

3. A detailed plan will be drafted to resolve any discrepancies first i.e., (you might have paid all the dues to the financial institutions and information in CIBIL is wrongly updated. We will fix the errors on your credit report)

4. Then we will check about the defaults / overdue amount to be paid by you to the financial institutions.

5. We will first check with you (since when you have defaulted or not paid the amount to the financial institutions)

6. Then we will check with the bank about the closure amount.

7. After paying the closure amount to the creditors.

8. We will get you the closure letter/ No due certificate letter from the bank.

9. We take the complete responsibility of the documentation for closure.

10. We also ensure the CIBIL update is done by the bank. And whichever information’s are not updated in the report we will get it updated in the report.

11. For the score to improve there must be running loan or credit card so we will get you a pre paid card for the score improvement and monitor for the score

12. After updating all the records in CIBIL, your CIBIL will be cleared & then loans should not get declined.

CIBIL
:-collects and maintains your personal information and records of your payments pertaining to loans and credit cards. This information is then used to create credit information report(CIR)and credit scores which are provided to lenders in order to help evaluate and approve/reject loan applications/credit cards
Major factors affects for credit score
?

1 Payment history.
?

2 High utilization of credit limit.
?

3 Higher percentage of credit cards or personal loans(also known as unsecured loan).
?

4 Many new accounts opened recently.
Different types of ownership seen in the cibil report
1. Single 2.Joint 3.Authorized User 4.Guarantor
Causes of negative or bad credit history
Irregular payment history, Write-offs and Settlements, High Current Balances, High number of Enquiries.
Collection Agents
:-In a word, NO.Many Collection agents use aggressive tactics in an effort to frighten you into paying them directly. Some will claim that they will not work with a settlement company or third party. Others will try to scar
e you into not working with settlement companies because they “will rob you of your money”. These are nothing more than scare
-tactics because they know they will get more money out of you are forced to deal with them directly. If you are contacted, simply tell them that you are i enrolled with Debt Doctor for Debt Negotiation and settlement services, give them the telephone number of our help line(Which you will receive after enrolling),and then simply hang up. You are paying us to handle the dirty work, s
o don’t take more
burden on your shoulders than you have to!

CIBIL CLERANCE
:-We will get the cibil report. Our CIBIL Management service includes analysis of your CIBIL report, steps to resolve any discrepancies, including its rectification. Further we assist individuals to increase their credit score and overall credibility in terms of credit worthiness clearing.

For Further Details Contact : Syed Arif : 9535385135

Reply

Syed Arif November 3, 2014 at 12:32 PM

1. We will purchase a detailed CIBIL report (CIR) on your behalf.

2. We will be analyze your Credit History & Credit Score.

3. A detailed plan will be drafted to resolve any discrepancies first i.e., (you might have paid all the dues to the financial institutions and information in CIBIL is wrongly updated. We will fix the errors on your credit report)

4. Then we will check about the defaults / overdue amount to be paid by you to the financial institutions.

5. We will first check with you (since when you have defaulted or not paid the amount to the financial institutions)

6. Then we will check with the bank about the closure amount.

7. After paying the closure amount to the creditors.

8. We will get you the closure letter/ No due certificate letter from the bank.

9. We take the complete responsibility of the documentation for closure.

10. We also ensure the CIBIL update is done by the bank. And whichever information’s are not updated in the report we will get it updated in the report.

11. For the score to improve there must be running loan or credit card so we will get you a pre paid card for the score improvement and monitor for the score

12. After updating all the records in CIBIL, your CIBIL will be cleared & then loans should not get declined.

CIBIL
:-collects and maintains your personal information and records of your payments pertaining to loans and credit cards. This information is then used to create credit information report(CIR)and credit scores which are provided to lenders in order to help evaluate and approve/reject loan applications/credit cards
Major factors affects for credit score
?

1 Payment history.
?

2 High utilization of credit limit.
?

3 Higher percentage of credit cards or personal loans(also known as unsecured loan).
?

4 Many new accounts opened recently.
Different types of ownership seen in the cibil report
1. Single 2.Joint 3.Authorized User 4.Guarantor
Causes of negative or bad credit history
Irregular payment history, Write-offs and Settlements, High Current Balances, High number of Enquiries.
Collection Agents
:-In a word, NO.Many Collection agents use aggressive tactics in an effort to frighten you into paying them directly. Some will claim that they will not work with a settlement company or third party. Others will try to scar
e you into not working with settlement companies because they “will rob you of your money”. These are nothing more than scare
-tactics because they know they will get more money out of you are forced to deal with them directly. If you are contacted, simply tell them that you are i enrolled with Debt Doctor for Debt Negotiation and settlement services, give them the telephone number of our help line(Which you will receive after enrolling),and then simply hang up. You are paying us to handle the dirty work, s
o don’t take more
burden on your shoulders than you have to!

CIBIL CLERANCE
:-We will get the cibil report. Our CIBIL Management service includes analysis of your CIBIL report, steps to resolve any discrepancies, including its rectification. Further we assist individuals to increase their credit score and overall credibility in terms of credit worthiness clearing.

For Further Details Contact : Syed Arif : 9535385135

Reply

Pooran Singh khehra June 7, 2014 at 9:43 PM

I want a loan from bajaj they told me your name in cibil plz update my cibil score

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Syed July 1, 2014 at 10:33 AM

We will help you to update the status and improve your Cibil score within 30days of time and if you have the cibil report please send it to my email id contact me immediately Syed 9739870082 or 8095355329 Financialsuccess070@gmail.com

Reply

Syed Arif November 3, 2014 at 12:33 PM

1. We will purchase a detailed CIBIL report (CIR) on your behalf.

2. We will be analyze your Credit History & Credit Score.

3. A detailed plan will be drafted to resolve any discrepancies first i.e., (you might have paid all the dues to the financial institutions and information in CIBIL is wrongly updated. We will fix the errors on your credit report)

4. Then we will check about the defaults / overdue amount to be paid by you to the financial institutions.

5. We will first check with you (since when you have defaulted or not paid the amount to the financial institutions)

6. Then we will check with the bank about the closure amount.

7. After paying the closure amount to the creditors.

8. We will get you the closure letter/ No due certificate letter from the bank.

9. We take the complete responsibility of the documentation for closure.

10. We also ensure the CIBIL update is done by the bank. And whichever information’s are not updated in the report we will get it updated in the report.

11. For the score to improve there must be running loan or credit card so we will get you a pre paid card for the score improvement and monitor for the score

12. After updating all the records in CIBIL, your CIBIL will be cleared & then loans should not get declined.

CIBIL
:-collects and maintains your personal information and records of your payments pertaining to loans and credit cards. This information is then used to create credit information report(CIR)and credit scores which are provided to lenders in order to help evaluate and approve/reject loan applications/credit cards
Major factors affects for credit score
?

1 Payment history.
?

2 High utilization of credit limit.
?

3 Higher percentage of credit cards or personal loans(also known as unsecured loan).
?

4 Many new accounts opened recently.
Different types of ownership seen in the cibil report
1. Single 2.Joint 3.Authorized User 4.Guarantor
Causes of negative or bad credit history
Irregular payment history, Write-offs and Settlements, High Current Balances, High number of Enquiries.
Collection Agents
:-In a word, NO.Many Collection agents use aggressive tactics in an effort to frighten you into paying them directly. Some will claim that they will not work with a settlement company or third party. Others will try to scar
e you into not working with settlement companies because they “will rob you of your money”. These are nothing more than scare
-tactics because they know they will get more money out of you are forced to deal with them directly. If you are contacted, simply tell them that you are i enrolled with Debt Doctor for Debt Negotiation and settlement services, give them the telephone number of our help line(Which you will receive after enrolling),and then simply hang up. You are paying us to handle the dirty work, s
o don’t take more
burden on your shoulders than you have to!

CIBIL CLERANCE
:-We will get the cibil report. Our CIBIL Management service includes analysis of your CIBIL report, steps to resolve any discrepancies, including its rectification. Further we assist individuals to increase their credit score and overall credibility in terms of credit worthiness clearing.

For Further Details Contact : Syed Arif : 9535385135

Reply

gourav June 21, 2014 at 6:21 PM

Hi,
My name gourav patlan. My loan no. Is 3028779414 in central bank of India. I have setteled my loan with C.B.I. I have noc also.
I apply for the new loan of another bank . But they told me that your name is in cibil.
please help meto update my name in cibil.Give me correct direction.
Contact me 8295566400

Reply

Credexpert June 24, 2014 at 11:57 AM

Dear Mr. Gourav,

CIBIL is a repository of all credit information. If you have taken any loan or a credit card, details of these accounts will appear on your CIBIL report. Along with this, your ‘payment history’ i.e, whether you have paid your EMIs or credit card dues on time is shown on your report.
Since you have “settled” your loan, which means that the complete outstanding amount was not paid – this remark on your report may have been viewed negatively by the other bank. Apart from this, are they any other “negative remarks”?
You can check for the same by obtaining your own credit report from CIBIL.

Regards,
Credexpert
http://www.credexpert.in

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Syed July 1, 2014 at 10:47 AM

We will help you to update the status and improve your Cibil score within 30days of time and if you have the cibil report or NOC please send it to my email id contact me immediately Syed 9739870082 or 8095355329 Financialsuccess070@gmail.com

Reply

Syed Arif October 16, 2014 at 3:31 PM

1. We will purchase a detailed CIBIL report (CIR) on your behalf.

2. We will be analyze your Credit History & Credit Score.

3. A detailed plan will be drafted to resolve any discrepancies first i.e., (you might have paid all the dues to the financial institutions and information in CIBIL is wrongly updated. We will fix the errors on your credit report)

4. Then we will check about the defaults / overdue amount to be paid by you to the financial institutions.

5. We will first check with you (since when you have defaulted or not paid the amount to the financial institutions)

6. Then we will check with the bank about the closure amount.

7. After paying the closure amount to the creditors.

8. We will get you the closure letter/ No due certificate letter from the bank.

9. We take the complete responsibility of the documentation for closure.

10. We also ensure the CIBIL update is done by the bank. And whichever information’s are not updated in the report we will get it updated in the report.

11. For the score to improve there must be running loan or credit card so we will get you a pre paid card for the score improvement and monitor for the score

12. After updating all the records in CIBIL, your CIBIL will be cleared & then loans should not get declined.

CIBIL
:-collects and maintains your personal information and records of your payments pertaining to loans and credit cards. This information is then used to create credit information report(CIR)and credit scores which are provided to lenders in order to help evaluate and approve/reject loan applications/credit cards
Major factors affects for credit score
?

1 Payment history.
?

2 High utilization of credit limit.
?

3 Higher percentage of credit cards or personal loans(also known as unsecured loan).
?

4 Many new accounts opened recently.
Different types of ownership seen in the cibil report
1. Single 2.Joint 3.Authorized User 4.Guarantor
Causes of negative or bad credit history
Irregular payment history, Write-offs and Settlements, High Current Balances, High number of Enquiries.
Collection Agents
:-In a word, NO.Many Collection agents use aggressive tactics in an effort to frighten you into paying them directly. Some will claim that they will not work with a settlement company or third party. Others will try to scar
e you into not working with settlement companies because they “will rob you of your money”. These are nothing more than scare
-tactics because they know they will get more money out of you are forced to deal with them directly. If you are contacted, simply tell them that you are i enrolled with Debt Doctor for Debt Negotiation and settlement services, give them the telephone number of our help line(Which you will receive after enrolling),and then simply hang up. You are paying us to handle the dirty work, s
o don’t take more
burden on your shoulders than you have to!

CIBIL CLERANCE
:-We will get the cibil report. Our CIBIL Management service includes analysis of your CIBIL report, steps to resolve any discrepancies, including its rectification. Further we assist individuals to increase their credit score and overall credibility in terms of credit worthiness clearing.

For Further Details Contact : Syed Arif : 9535385135

Reply

j ajmal June 25, 2014 at 11:41 AM

My pan card no is AJNP6425D. I request you to give my cibil credit worthiness to mail addreess given above.

Reply

Credexpert June 25, 2014 at 12:39 PM

Dear Mr. Ajmal,
You alone can have access to your CIBIL credit report and score.

You may obtain the same either online or offline.
For online mode kindly click https://www.cibil.com/online/credit-score-check.do and refer to the instructions on the page.

For offline mode click https://www.cibil.com/sites/default/files/pdf/consumer-request-form.pdf

Regards,
Credexpert
http://www.credexpert.in

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Pandiyarajan June 28, 2014 at 11:25 AM

Dear sir,
I am Pandiarajan working in TVS Motor company, i had applied for home loan in Sundaram Finance all documents has submitted in sundaram finance, security sign of myself and my father, his name is Balasubramanian , his took a loan for our old house in SBI , that loan completely closed but bankers check the cibil score it has showing local score ,kindly update my father’s cibil file details are given below, Kindly do the needful,

I’m awaiting for favorable reply

Account No:10515040218
Name:M.Balasubramanian
Pan No:BIDPB9390Q
DOB:06/10/1947

Regards,
Pandiyarajan
Ph:9445560083

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Syed July 1, 2014 at 10:22 AM

Dear Mr Pandiyarajan,

Please be informed that if you have yours fathers cibil report you can send me to my email address so that we can help you to update and improve the cibil score and the email id is rahilsyed007@gmail.com my number : 08095355329

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Syed July 6, 2014 at 12:27 PM

Thank you for looking an ad regarding cibil we provide personal loan, credit card, HOME LOANS for the customers who have the cibil score above 650 and also we do take care of settlement part and closure and also in updating the status closed and settled in the report and improving the cibil score within 30days of time so please contact soon syed 08095355329

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sadhana jain July 19, 2014 at 6:34 PM

Sir i just want to know my pancard score ,,,how can i know????

Reply

Credexpert July 21, 2014 at 5:23 PM

Dear ma’am,

If you wish to know your CIBIL credit score, please refer to the following:

You may obtain the same either online or offline.
For online mode kindly click https://www.cibil.com/online/credit-score-check.do and refer to the instructions on the page.

For offline mode click https://www.cibil.com/sites/default/files/pdf/consumer-request-form.pdf

Regards,
Credexpert
http://www.credexpert.in

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P BHASKER July 29, 2014 at 6:52 AM

my pan no is BBNPP3877R and i want to know my cibil report @ Score

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Credexpert July 29, 2014 at 11:49 AM

Dear Mr. Bhasker,

If you wish to know your CIBIL credit score, please refer to the following:

You may obtain the same either online or offline.
For online mode kindly click https://www.cibil.com/online/credit-score-check.do and refer to the instructions on the page.

For offline mode click https://www.cibil.com/sites/default/files/pdf/consumer-request-form.pdf

Regards,
Credexpert
http://www.credexpert.in

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Syed August 26, 2014 at 6:57 PM

We Provide Personal Loans and home loans if the cibil score is above 650 and if there is any issues like updating or improving the cibil score we will update this within 15 to 30 days or immediately and also we will help you to get you the loan within 7 to 10business days with private like NBFC or nationalised banks who has the interest rate upto 14% with a lead time please call up soon for further queries Syed 8095355329

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Chiranjib August 30, 2014 at 1:38 AM

Hi Manish,
I have a query and seeking your help on that.please suggest me what can be done on that.
the query is regarding my SBI Credit Card. I have requested SBI Card customer care to close the card after the payment of all the out standings (before due date) on July 2013 and they assured that the card will be closed.but I didnt recieved any written confirmation from there side on mails.butafter that I have not received any statement further and I have not checked the online portal also thinking that there would not be any statement and as well not used the card from then too. But When I pulled the CIBIL report on July 2014 to check the status of my credit health ,I found that there is an overdue of 1734 rupees and along with that the DPD showing 180 days, After viewing this I immediately contacted the SBI card people and to my surprise I found that on July they have charged an annual fee of Rs 499 and every month they have charged late fee for nonpayment of the dues. when I asked them this they told me verbally that this is their internal issue and they are taking a request make my account “CS zeroisation” on 27th July 2014, on 11 of July 2014 they have made the account “Zeroisation” and all the outstanding amount were revert back and along with that they provided me the NOC (Closure Letter) with no outstanding. but or this instance my CIBIL score got very low to 600 and that was a fault from banks side itself ,
So I just want to know what can be done on that to sue the bank. Apart from that I just want to know whether they have settled this amount or anything else and will there be a negative effect on credit score in CIBIL. I got my NOC , but bit worried if they report shows writeoff or settled as I was not in favour of settlement or writeoff..
please suggest

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Credexpert September 1, 2014 at 10:22 AM

Dear Chiranjib

You could ask the bank for a written communication stating that it was an internal error and that the amount has been reverted. Since it was the bank’s internal error, this will not be shown as “Written off” or “Settled” in your Credit Report.

Also, lending institutions usually report the updated information to the bureau in a cycle of 30 – 45 days. Once you get the written communication from the bank, you can check your report after a month.

Regards,
Credexpert
http://www.credexpert.in

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sarbeswar sethi September 1, 2014 at 11:02 AM

sir, plese help me.my pan.no.axopso446d . i had guarantar for dilip ku sahoo in bajaj finas.ac no.423060720.now dilip cibil is cliar but my cibil is not cliar plese help me. mo.9338001717

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Credexpert September 1, 2014 at 11:58 AM

Dear Sarbeswar,

Since you were the guarantor for Mr. Dilip’s loan, the loan history will be shown on your credit report as well. If the payments on this loan were on time it will be shown on your report. Similarly, late payments will also be shown on your report.

In order to help you with your query, could you please let us know, if this loan account has been closed? Were there any late payments or negative remarks such as “Written off” or “Settled”? Have you checked your CIBIL report? Are there any other credit accounts on your name with a negative history?

All these factors may have affected your CIBIL report and score. If you could provide the above information we will be able to help you better.

Regards,
Credexpert
http://www.credexpert.in

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Syed September 29, 2014 at 6:21 PM

We Provide Personal Loans and home loans if the cibil score is above 650 and if there is any issues like updating or improving the cibil score we will update this within 15 to 30 days or immediately and also we will help you to get you the loan within 7 to 10business days with private like NBFC or nationalized banks who has the interest rate upto 14% with a lead time please call up soon for further queries Syed 8095355329

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Kannan September 4, 2014 at 12:11 AM

Hi i am supposed to pay 1.95lac towards my citi card. Now they told me to pay 40% as settlement. How much % i want to pay to change my status from ‘cleared’ instead of ‘settled’. My score is reduced <400. How to improve my score as i dont have any other card / loan to repay the emi on a timely manner.Also with the NOC from bank can i apply for a loan after an year. Please share your opinion.

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Credexpert September 5, 2014 at 10:20 AM

Dear Kannan,

In order to remove the “Settled” status, you need to pay the entire outstanding amount, i.e. 1.95 lakhs. Also, in future ensure timely and complete payment against this card and if you have been repaying only the minimum amount due against this card then we would strongly suggest that you repay the complete outstanding amount. You could try and arrange for interest free/low interest borrowings from friends/family. Once you have cleared all the negative remarks, there will be some improvement in your score.

To improve your score further we would suggest that you opt for a secured credit card and improve your credit history over a period of time. Your timely repayments against this card as well would help improve your score.

Regards,
Credexpert
http://www.credexpert.in

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Manoj September 11, 2014 at 8:08 AM

Hi sir,

I had completed my online payment to know my CIBIL Transunion score (inc CIR ) on 06/09/2014.

After finishing my online payment it leads to Authentication page & i was not much aware about that so after the completion it shows that my Authentication was failed and it shows that i need to submit my documentation for further process..

So i need a confirmation regarding this whether i will get my CIBIL score or i need to submit my address & id Proof for further process..

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Credexpert September 15, 2014 at 7:50 PM

Dear Manoj,

Adherence to Know Your Customer (KYC) norms while submitting your documents, is a mandatory requirement for purchasing your Credit Score (and CIR). The objective of performing a KYC check is to enable CIBIL to provide information to the rightful owner.

In case of unsuccessful authentication you are required to submit your Identity Proof and Address Proof in order to complete your application. Please find below the CIBIL link where you need to upload your KYC documents online:

http://www.cibil.com/kyc-document-upload/

If the authentication still fails you will need to submit the hard copies of the same to CIBIL along with the payment receipt to the address mentioned on the website. Please find below the CIBIL link to the list of documents required to be submitted:

https://www.cibil.com/kyc-document-checklist

After the completion of your KYC process, you will receive your Credit Report at the address provided.

Regards,
Credexpert
http://www.credexpert.in

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Syed Arif November 3, 2014 at 12:34 PM

1. We will purchase a detailed CIBIL report (CIR) on your behalf.

2. We will be analyze your Credit History & Credit Score.

3. A detailed plan will be drafted to resolve any discrepancies first i.e., (you might have paid all the dues to the financial institutions and information in CIBIL is wrongly updated. We will fix the errors on your credit report)

4. Then we will check about the defaults / overdue amount to be paid by you to the financial institutions.

5. We will first check with you (since when you have defaulted or not paid the amount to the financial institutions)

6. Then we will check with the bank about the closure amount.

7. After paying the closure amount to the creditors.

8. We will get you the closure letter/ No due certificate letter from the bank.

9. We take the complete responsibility of the documentation for closure.

10. We also ensure the CIBIL update is done by the bank. And whichever information’s are not updated in the report we will get it updated in the report.

11. For the score to improve there must be running loan or credit card so we will get you a pre paid card for the score improvement and monitor for the score

12. After updating all the records in CIBIL, your CIBIL will be cleared & then loans should not get declined.

CIBIL
:-collects and maintains your personal information and records of your payments pertaining to loans and credit cards. This information is then used to create credit information report(CIR)and credit scores which are provided to lenders in order to help evaluate and approve/reject loan applications/credit cards
Major factors affects for credit score
?

1 Payment history.
?

2 High utilization of credit limit.
?

3 Higher percentage of credit cards or personal loans(also known as unsecured loan).
?

4 Many new accounts opened recently.
Different types of ownership seen in the cibil report
1. Single 2.Joint 3.Authorized User 4.Guarantor
Causes of negative or bad credit history
Irregular payment history, Write-offs and Settlements, High Current Balances, High number of Enquiries.
Collection Agents
:-In a word, NO.Many Collection agents use aggressive tactics in an effort to frighten you into paying them directly. Some will claim that they will not work with a settlement company or third party. Others will try to scar
e you into not working with settlement companies because they “will rob you of your money”. These are nothing more than scare
-tactics because they know they will get more money out of you are forced to deal with them directly. If you are contacted, simply tell them that you are i enrolled with Debt Doctor for Debt Negotiation and settlement services, give them the telephone number of our help line(Which you will receive after enrolling),and then simply hang up. You are paying us to handle the dirty work, s
o don’t take more
burden on your shoulders than you have to!

CIBIL CLERANCE
:-We will get the cibil report. Our CIBIL Management service includes analysis of your CIBIL report, steps to resolve any discrepancies, including its rectification. Further we assist individuals to increase their credit score and overall credibility in terms of credit worthiness clearing.

For Further Details Contact : Syed Arif : 9535385135

Reply

Syed September 14, 2014 at 12:07 AM

We Provide Personal Loans and home loans if the cibil score is above 650 and if there is any issues like updating or improving the cibil score we will update this within 15 to 30 days or immediately and also we will help you to get you the loan within 7 to 10business days with private like NBFC or nationalized banks who has the interest rate upto 14% with a lead time please call up soon for further queries Syed 8095355329

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G Kiran September 15, 2014 at 5:39 PM

Hi Team,
My Name G Kiran has holding the HDFC Credit Card No-4346 7810 1642 6124. In the last month of Aug 2014 i have cleared the entire outstanding Amount (Rs 59,920) for HDFC Credit Card. So want to know the status that was the Outstanding Amount has been reflected in CIBIL or not and When it will be reflected on CIBIL , also need to know my Credit Score as well to apply for New Credit Card. So Kindly do let me know my status
Thanks & Regards,
G Kiran
8712846567

Reply

Syed Arif November 3, 2014 at 12:35 PM

1. We will purchase a detailed CIBIL report (CIR) on your behalf.

2. We will be analyze your Credit History & Credit Score.

3. A detailed plan will be drafted to resolve any discrepancies first i.e., (you might have paid all the dues to the financial institutions and information in CIBIL is wrongly updated. We will fix the errors on your credit report)

4. Then we will check about the defaults / overdue amount to be paid by you to the financial institutions.

5. We will first check with you (since when you have defaulted or not paid the amount to the financial institutions)

6. Then we will check with the bank about the closure amount.

7. After paying the closure amount to the creditors.

8. We will get you the closure letter/ No due certificate letter from the bank.

9. We take the complete responsibility of the documentation for closure.

10. We also ensure the CIBIL update is done by the bank. And whichever information’s are not updated in the report we will get it updated in the report.

11. For the score to improve there must be running loan or credit card so we will get you a pre paid card for the score improvement and monitor for the score

12. After updating all the records in CIBIL, your CIBIL will be cleared & then loans should not get declined.

CIBIL
:-collects and maintains your personal information and records of your payments pertaining to loans and credit cards. This information is then used to create credit information report(CIR)and credit scores which are provided to lenders in order to help evaluate and approve/reject loan applications/credit cards
Major factors affects for credit score
?

1 Payment history.
?

2 High utilization of credit limit.
?

3 Higher percentage of credit cards or personal loans(also known as unsecured loan).
?

4 Many new accounts opened recently.
Different types of ownership seen in the cibil report
1. Single 2.Joint 3.Authorized User 4.Guarantor
Causes of negative or bad credit history
Irregular payment history, Write-offs and Settlements, High Current Balances, High number of Enquiries.
Collection Agents
:-In a word, NO.Many Collection agents use aggressive tactics in an effort to frighten you into paying them directly. Some will claim that they will not work with a settlement company or third party. Others will try to scar
e you into not working with settlement companies because they “will rob you of your money”. These are nothing more than scare
-tactics because they know they will get more money out of you are forced to deal with them directly. If you are contacted, simply tell them that you are i enrolled with Debt Doctor for Debt Negotiation and settlement services, give them the telephone number of our help line(Which you will receive after enrolling),and then simply hang up. You are paying us to handle the dirty work, s
o don’t take more
burden on your shoulders than you have to!

CIBIL CLERANCE
:-We will get the cibil report. Our CIBIL Management service includes analysis of your CIBIL report, steps to resolve any discrepancies, including its rectification. Further we assist individuals to increase their credit score and overall credibility in terms of credit worthiness clearing.

For Further Details Contact : Syed Arif : 9535385135

Reply

G Kiran September 15, 2014 at 5:48 PM

i Team,
My Name G Kiran has holding the HDFC Credit Card, In the last month of Aug 2014 i have cleared the entire outstanding Amount (Rs 59,920) for HDFC Credit Card. So want to know the status that was the Outstanding Amount has been reflected in CIBIL or not and When it will be reflected on CIBIL , also need to know my Credit Score as well to apply for New Credit Card. So Kindly do let me know my status and mail me to princekiran66@yahoo.com

Thanks & Regards,
G Kiran
8712846567

Reply

Credexpert September 16, 2014 at 2:48 PM

Dear Kiran,

In order to check your status and credit score, you need to purchase your credit report and score from the Credit Bureau website. Please find below the link to purchase a CIBIL Report and Score:

https://www.cibil.com/online/credit-score-check.do

Lending institutions usually report the updated information to the bureau in a cycle of 30 – 45 days. Now that you say you have paid the dues in the last month i.e. August 2014, the same will be updated by the bank in the next reporting cycle. You should probably access your report after a month to verify this.

Regards,
Credexpert
http://www.credexpert.in

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Govindarajulu CH September 23, 2014 at 4:15 PM

Hi Team,

My name is Govindarajulu CH, I had a loan with Fullerton India and having 3 EMI pending, When I have applied for credit card, my credit score was 555 so I didnt get. But 2 months back I have cleared my loan and I have NOC document also from fullerton. I would like to whether it has updated in cibil or not to apply credit card now. My pan card No. AKZPC8541M

Thank you
Govind
9035525355

Reply

Credexpert September 29, 2014 at 5:36 PM

Dear Govind,

Lending institutions usually report the updated information to the bureau in a cycle of 30 – 45 days. Now that you say you have paid the dues 2 months back, the same should have been updated by the bank.

You can obtain your credit report now and check if the loan status has been updated. If not, you can raise dispute with CIBIL as well as contact the bank for updating your loan account.

Regards,
Credexpert
http://www.credexpert.in

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Syed September 29, 2014 at 6:20 PM

We Provide Personal Loans and home loans if the cibil score is above 650 and if there is any issues like updating or improving the cibil score we will update this within 15 to 30 days or immediately and also we will help you to get you the loan within 7 to 10business days with private like NBFC or nationalized banks who has the interest rate upto 14% with a lead time please call up soon for further queries Syed 8095355329

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Syed Arif October 21, 2014 at 3:46 PM

1. We will purchase a detailed CIBIL report (CIR) on your behalf.

2. We will be analyze your Credit History & Credit Score.

3. A detailed plan will be drafted to resolve any discrepancies first i.e., (you might have paid all the dues to the financial institutions and information in CIBIL is wrongly updated. We will fix the errors on your credit report)

4. Then we will check about the defaults / overdue amount to be paid by you to the financial institutions.

5. We will first check with you (since when you have defaulted or not paid the amount to the financial institutions)

6. Then we will check with the bank about the closure amount.

7. After paying the closure amount to the creditors.

8. We will get you the closure letter/ No due certificate letter from the bank.

9. We take the complete responsibility of the documentation for closure.

10. We also ensure the CIBIL update is done by the bank. And whichever information’s are not updated in the report we will get it updated in the report.

11. For the score to improve there must be running loan or credit card so we will get you a pre paid card for the score improvement and monitor for the score

12. After updating all the records in CIBIL, your CIBIL will be cleared & then loans should not get declined.

CIBIL
:-collects and maintains your personal information and records of your payments pertaining to loans and credit cards. This information is then used to create credit information report(CIR)and credit scores which are provided to lenders in order to help evaluate and approve/reject loan applications/credit cards
Major factors affects for credit score
?

1 Payment history.
?

2 High utilization of credit limit.
?

3 Higher percentage of credit cards or personal loans(also known as unsecured loan).
?

4 Many new accounts opened recently.
Different types of ownership seen in the cibil report
1. Single 2.Joint 3.Authorized User 4.Guarantor
Causes of negative or bad credit history
Irregular payment history, Write-offs and Settlements, High Current Balances, High number of Enquiries.
Collection Agents
:-In a word, NO.Many Collection agents use aggressive tactics in an effort to frighten you into paying them directly. Some will claim that they will not work with a settlement company or third party. Others will try to scar
e you into not working with settlement companies because they “will rob you of your money”. These are nothing more than scare
-tactics because they know they will get more money out of you are forced to deal with them directly. If you are contacted, simply tell them that you are i enrolled with Debt Doctor for Debt Negotiation and settlement services, give them the telephone number of our help line(Which you will receive after enrolling),and then simply hang up. You are paying us to handle the dirty work, s
o don’t take more
burden on your shoulders than you have to!

CIBIL CLERANCE
:-We will get the cibil report. Our CIBIL Management service includes analysis of your CIBIL report, steps to resolve any discrepancies, including its rectification. Further we assist individuals to increase their credit score and overall credibility in terms of credit worthiness clearing.

For Further Details Contact : Syed Arif : 9535385135

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Govind August 24, 2015 at 8:58 AM

how much will you charge for this

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Upendra Singh October 2, 2014 at 1:12 PM

My pan no is bzups2668n please inform my civil

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Credexpert October 13, 2014 at 4:07 PM

Dear Upendra,

If you wish to obtain your CIBIL report and score, kindly visit the following link and follow the steps given on the page:

https://www.cibil.com/online/credit-score-check.do.

Regards,
Credexpert
http://www.credexpert.in

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mangal singh negi October 6, 2014 at 12:54 PM

i have to remove my account from citi finance so i can able to take loan from any account

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Credexpert October 13, 2014 at 4:25 PM

Dear Sir,

If you could explain your issue with more details, we can help you with the same.

Regards,
Credexpert
http://www.credexpert.in

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Rudresh B S October 9, 2014 at 12:28 PM

Dear Sir,

My name is Rudresh B S. I have salary account in HDFC bank and my take home salary is 58k. Last month(Septmber 2014) i applied for personal loan for 9 lakhs and due to low cibil score i didn’t get the Personal loan.

The Cibil score was low because of,
1. Due in my Education loan
2. HDFC credit card outstanding amount.
Now i have cleared the Eduction loan amount completely and closed to HDFC credit card paying total outstanding amount.

My question is, How many days it will take to update the Cibil score to apply the personal loan again??
Is it possible to update the Cibil Score within 15 to 30 days?? If yes, how to proceed to get update the cibil score??

Please help out in these queries.
Regards,
Rudresh B S
+91-9986388806

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Credexpert October 13, 2014 at 4:21 PM

Dear Rudresh,

Lending institutions report updated credit information to credit bureaus on a monthly basis. Ideally waiting for a period of 30-45 days would be suggested to check updation of recent credit activities on your credit report.

Although, you have cleared your education loan and credit card, your past payment history will be reflected on your credit report.

Your closure may not improve your score immediately. Hence, once your credit report is updated with closure of your education loan and credit card, you need to build good credit history for improving your score. Improvement of credit score is a time consuming process and eventually your score will improve once you have built a good credit history. It is difficult to say how much time this will take and to what extent will it improve. However, it is important that you continue to maintain good credit behaviour.

Regards,
Credexpert
http://www.credexpert.in

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Syed October 16, 2014 at 2:48 PM

We Provide Personal Loans and home loans if the cibil score is above 650 and if there is any issues like updating or improving the cibil score we will update this within 15 to 30 days or immediately and also we will help you to get you the loan within 7 to 10business days with private like NBFC or nationalized banks who has the interest rate upto 14% with a lead time please call up soon for further queries Syed 8095355329

Reply

Syed Arif November 3, 2014 at 12:35 PM

1. We will purchase a detailed CIBIL report (CIR) on your behalf.

2. We will be analyze your Credit History & Credit Score.

3. A detailed plan will be drafted to resolve any discrepancies first i.e., (you might have paid all the dues to the financial institutions and information in CIBIL is wrongly updated. We will fix the errors on your credit report)

4. Then we will check about the defaults / overdue amount to be paid by you to the financial institutions.

5. We will first check with you (since when you have defaulted or not paid the amount to the financial institutions)

6. Then we will check with the bank about the closure amount.

7. After paying the closure amount to the creditors.

8. We will get you the closure letter/ No due certificate letter from the bank.

9. We take the complete responsibility of the documentation for closure.

10. We also ensure the CIBIL update is done by the bank. And whichever information’s are not updated in the report we will get it updated in the report.

11. For the score to improve there must be running loan or credit card so we will get you a pre paid card for the score improvement and monitor for the score

12. After updating all the records in CIBIL, your CIBIL will be cleared & then loans should not get declined.

CIBIL
:-collects and maintains your personal information and records of your payments pertaining to loans and credit cards. This information is then used to create credit information report(CIR)and credit scores which are provided to lenders in order to help evaluate and approve/reject loan applications/credit cards
Major factors affects for credit score
?

1 Payment history.
?

2 High utilization of credit limit.
?

3 Higher percentage of credit cards or personal loans(also known as unsecured loan).
?

4 Many new accounts opened recently.
Different types of ownership seen in the cibil report
1. Single 2.Joint 3.Authorized User 4.Guarantor
Causes of negative or bad credit history
Irregular payment history, Write-offs and Settlements, High Current Balances, High number of Enquiries.
Collection Agents
:-In a word, NO.Many Collection agents use aggressive tactics in an effort to frighten you into paying them directly. Some will claim that they will not work with a settlement company or third party. Others will try to scar
e you into not working with settlement companies because they “will rob you of your money”. These are nothing more than scare
-tactics because they know they will get more money out of you are forced to deal with them directly. If you are contacted, simply tell them that you are i enrolled with Debt Doctor for Debt Negotiation and settlement services, give them the telephone number of our help line(Which you will receive after enrolling),and then simply hang up. You are paying us to handle the dirty work, s
o don’t take more
burden on your shoulders than you have to!

CIBIL CLERANCE
:-We will get the cibil report. Our CIBIL Management service includes analysis of your CIBIL report, steps to resolve any discrepancies, including its rectification. Further we assist individuals to increase their credit score and overall credibility in terms of credit worthiness clearing.

For Further Details Contact : Syed Arif : 9535385135

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KARTHIK G October 13, 2014 at 9:05 PM

Hello Sir,

I had my HDFC, citi, HSBC, SBI, BARCLAYS Credit cards in the year of 2007 I was just used HDFC & citi cards and was not paid some dues for both also have some incorrect billings they are not waived off after my request so i discontinued to pay them after 2008, I never had any contact until today of any sort of loans or credit cards, now am planning for my home loan ICICI providing pre qualified home loan in the amount of 19 lakhs as i holds the salary account with them last three years as privilledged customer is that possible i can get my home loan with them, as i was not paid both (hdfc & citi) card payments earlier in 2008 is that affect my present new loan request please let me know.

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Ajin kurian October 27, 2014 at 9:59 AM

i have taken loan for my bike for
which i have already paid all my
loan now still my cibil score is low
my name is Ajin kurian
PLEASE help me with information
how can i clear my credit rating
and have a good cibil score.

My adress.

Ajin kurian
puthenpurackal house
muttuchira po
kottayam
pin 686613
mob 9633509933
email ajin.kurian123@gmail.com

date of birth
31/08/1990

please help me sir.. Please do not ignore this message.

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RAJA DEBNATH November 3, 2014 at 4:57 PM

check my cibil score

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RAJA DEBNATH November 3, 2014 at 5:04 PM

my pan no is axypd0272e and i want know civil report score

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Credexpert November 10, 2014 at 11:23 AM

Dear Mr. Raja,

You can access your CIBIL score and report by filling the score request form on the below given link

https://www.cibil.com/online/credit-score-check.do

This process will be an online process and you will receive your report online. In case of any KYC provided by are not matching with CIBIL’s database it will request you to send self attested physical copy of your KYC details for verification.

Regards,
Credexpert
http://www.credexpert.in

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shahid ali November 8, 2014 at 7:09 PM

Dear sir /madam
plz i want cibil score reports

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Credexpert November 10, 2014 at 11:18 AM

Dear Mr. Shahid,

You can access your CIBIL score and report by filling the score request form on the below given link

https://www.cibil.com/online/credit-score-check.do

This process will be an online process and you will receive your report online. In case of any KYC provided by you are not matching with CIBIL’s database it will request you to send self attested physical copy of your KYC details for verification.

Regards,
Credexpert
http://www.credexpert.in

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Ashokkumar November 14, 2014 at 8:43 PM

my civil score wanted

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Credexpert November 21, 2014 at 10:15 AM

Dear Sir,

You can access your CIBIL score and report by filling the score request form on the below given link

https://www.cibil.com/online/credit-score-check.do

This process will be an online process and you will receive your report online. In case of any KYC provided by are not matching with CIBIL’s database it will request you to send self attested physical copy of your KYC details for verification.

Regards,
Credexpert
http://www.credexpert.in

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Sumit November 22, 2014 at 10:38 AM

Hi Credit Expert,

I want to know about the improvement of CIBIL score. I had checked my CIBIL transunion score last on 02.06.2014 and it was “608”. After that I had taken secured credit card from DCB Bank to improve my CIBIL score as they report payment history to CIBIL every month.

Kindly advise me how long more it will take to update my CIBIL score 750 or above 750 in CIBIL database. And another thing, how long after I should obtain my CIBIL report.

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Credexpert November 28, 2014 at 11:44 AM

Dear Sir,

Improvement of credit score is a time consuming process and eventually your score will improve once you have built a good credit history. It is difficult to say how much time this will take and to what extent will it improve. However, it is important that you build and continue to maintain good credit behaviour.

To track the improvement in your score you can obtain your CIBIL report after 6 months from the time you started timely payments against your credit accounts.

Regards,
Credexpert
http://www.credexpert.in

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HARISH KUMAR November 24, 2014 at 9:40 PM

MY PAN NO.IS AZDPK1758K

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HARISH KUMAR November 24, 2014 at 9:41 PM

MY PAN NO.IS AZDPK1758K MY CIBIL IS LOW PLZ REMOVE MY NAME IN DEFAULTERS LIST

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Credexpert November 28, 2014 at 11:45 AM

Dear Sir,

CIBIL is an informative database of all customers having any kind of financial liabilities (past/current and good/bad) with all the financial institutions. This database is updated by all the financial institutions on a periodic basis with regards to the payment track of customer.

Your name and account details will never be removed from CIBIL even after paying of the dues, your credit card repayment string in CIBIL will be updated with the payment made.

Timely payments against all your credit accounts will help improving your score. However, your past credit history will be reflected on your credit report which will have an impact on your credit score. The late payments that occurred in the past would reflect and stay on your credit report as the report reflects the facts related to all credit activities.

Regards,
Credexpert
http://www.credexpert.in

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shaik mahaboob November 26, 2014 at 2:54 PM

I want to give surity to a friend who wants to lift a chit valued Rs.15,00,000-00 of Margadarshi Chitfunds, Hyderabad. Margadarshi Chitfund is a licensed one from R.B.I.. This is 4th month and the length of the chit is 30 months.
Shortly I am going for a housing loan. If I give this surity, will this affect my cibil score?
pls advise me.

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lmganesan November 27, 2014 at 9:03 PM

please send cibil report
pan#ASUPG6219R
mobile no:9962843138

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Credexpert November 28, 2014 at 11:46 AM

Dear Sir,

You can access your CIBIL score and report by filling the score request form on the below given link

https://www.cibil.com/online/credit-score-check.do

This process will be an online process and you will receive your report online. In case of any KYC provided by are not matching with CIBIL’s database it will request you to send self attested physical copy of your KYC details for verification.

Regards,
Credexpert
http://www.credexpert.in

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Siddharth R dhanraj December 31, 2014 at 7:18 PM

I have already paid 470. But not yet received credit score due to pending of documents. Kindly assist how could I submit docs to get credIt score.

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Siddharth R dhanraj December 31, 2014 at 7:20 PM

My PAN no is AIBPD1294N I have already paid 470. But not yet received credit score due to pending of documents. Kindly assist how could I submit docs to get credIt score

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Credexpert January 1, 2015 at 10:33 AM

Dear Sir,

While purchasing your credit report and score if the KYC provided by you are not matching with CIBIL’s database and the authentication is unsuccessful, you will have to upload your KYC compliant identity and address proof along with the online payment confirmation form on the below link:

https://www.cibil.com/kyc-document-upload/

Once you have successfully uploaded your KYC Documents, you will receive your report in 7 working days post successful verification. In case the documents submitted by you still do not meet the requirements, you will receive a communication from CIBIL asking you to provide fresh documents.

Regards,
Credexpert
http://www.credexpert.in

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shantha kumar.c January 13, 2015 at 8:29 PM

Hi sir i want my cibill score

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Credexpert January 20, 2015 at 10:11 AM

Dear Sir,

You can access your CIBIL score and report by filling the score request form on the below given link

https://www.cibil.com/online/credit-score-check.do

This process will be an online process and you will receive your report online. In case if any KYC provided by you is not matching with CIBIL’s database, it will request you to send self attested physical copy of your KYC details for verification.

Regards,
Credexpert
http://www.credexpert.in

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karanbir singh January 14, 2015 at 7:09 AM

Sir please send my civil credit scored my pan no BVQPS9645K

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Credexpert January 20, 2015 at 10:09 AM

Dear Sir,

You can access your CIBIL score and report by filling the score request form on the below given link

https://www.cibil.com/online/credit-score-check.do

This process will be an online process and you will receive your report online. In case if any KYC provided by you is not matching with CIBIL’s database, it will request you to send self attested physical copy of your KYC details for verification.

Regards,
Credexpert
http://www.credexpert.in

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amarjeet singh sandhu January 20, 2015 at 3:03 PM

Sir mere sible report me score low show kar raha ha.maine sirf ek bike he loan par le ha.vo loan bhi january tak tha. Sabhi instal time par de ha.sible kese aur amarjeet jeska date of birth 24/03/1988 ha.se mach kar raha h.uske lea kea karna hoga

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Credexpert January 21, 2015 at 1:45 PM

Dear Sir,

Now that you have paid the complete outstanding amount, ensure that you obtain the “No Dues Certificate” from the lending institution. Also, lending institutions report updated credit information to credit bureaus on a monthly basis. Since you have completed your repayment for the bike loan this month, ideally waiting for a period of 30-45 days would be suggested to check updation of recent credit activities on a credit report.

We would suggest that you coordinate with the respective lending institution requesting them to report the said account as closed account. If this account continues to be reported as “open” then it implies that you are burdened with existing EMI, which is incorrect.

Also, your credit score depends on various factors such as your payment history, outstanding balances, credit utilization, number of secured and unsecured loans and enquiries. Please ensure that all the information reflected in your report is correct and belongs to you. In case of any discrepancy you can raise a dispute with CIBIL highlighting the incorrect information reflecting on your report.

(Kyuki aapne apna bike loan is mahine poora chuka diya hai, aap ko bank se “No Dues Certificate” lena chahiye. Iske alawa, banks credit bureau ko har mahine credit jaankari report karte hain, kyuki aapne loan isi mahine poora kiya hai, aapko 30-45 din ruk kar apna CIBIL report dobara check karna chahiye. Aapko iss baat ka dhyan rakhna hoga ki aap ka bike loan account CIBIL mein “closed” report kar diya gaya hai. Agar aisa nahi hota hai toh, aapko bank walo se milkar unhe request karna hoga ki wo iss account ko CIBIL mein close report kar de kyuki aapne poora payment kar diya hai.

Aapka CIBIL score bahut si cheezon par nirbhar karta hai, jaise ki, payment history, outstanding balances, credit utilization, number of secured and unsecured loans aur enquiries. Apni report mein check kijiye ki saari jaankaari sahi hai aur aap hi ki hai. Agar kuch ghalat hai to uske ki liye aap CIBIL mein dispute raise kar sakte hain.)

Regards,
Credexpert
http://www.credexpert.in

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ram karan January 23, 2015 at 1:21 AM

Sir mai ek sarkari karm chari hu aur meri monthly salary 43000 pm hai.mere do loan chal rahe hai hdfc bank aur pnb se pnb ka august 2015 me khatm hoga aur hdfc bank ki 24 emi de chuka hu
Meri hdfc bank ki 17 emi bounce ho gai thi jo me de chuka hu penalty k sath uske baad 7 emi ecs se ja chuki hai.but ab maine loan k liye aply kiya to mera cibil score 630 aaya hai aur mera loan nahi hua.mujhe loan ki jaroorat hai mai kya karoo .pzzzz help me sir

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Credexpert January 29, 2015 at 1:40 PM

Dear Sir,

630 is a low score. As an industry practice, a score of 750 and above is considered to be a good score – the higher the better. However, each lending institution will have their own internal credit policies on score cut-offs and negative remarks, based on which the decision to approve your loan will be taken.

As informed by you, you have recently defaulted on your payments for 17 months; it will reflect in your CIBIL report and adversely impact your credit score. It is advisable that you continue to make timely payments against your loan accounts and build a good credit history. Eventually your score will improve once you have built a good credit history. Improvement of credit score is a time consuming process. It is difficult to say how much time this will take and to what extent will it improve. However, it is important that you continue to maintain good credit behaviour.

Also, we would suggest that you do not make any further applications for any credit facility until there is an improvement in your credit score. The rejection would only increase the number of enquiries appearing on your credit report which indicate a credit hungry behaviour and is viewed negatively by lending institutions.

(630 ek kam score hai. 750 ya usse zyada k score ko achha maana jaata hai. Iske alawa banks apni policies ko dhayan mein rakhte hue kisi bhi loan application ko approve karte hain.

Jaisa ki apne ne bataya, aapne haal mein 17 mahino k liye apna EMI nahi bhara; aapka score iss k kaaran kam ho gaya hai aur ye aapke report par dikhayi bhi de raha hai. Apna score badhane k liye aap apne baaki k EMIs time par bharte rahiye. Dheere Dheere aap ka score badh jaayega. Kitna samay lagega ye toh hum aapko nahi bata sakte par agar aap time par apna EMI bharte rahe to apka score zaroor badh jaayege.

Iske alawa, hum aapko yeh bhi salah dena chahte hain ki jab tak aap ka score badh nahi jaata, aap loan k liye apply na kare. Kyuki jitni baar aap apply karoge utni baar wo enquiry apke report par dikhayi degi aur isse apka score kam hoga.)

Regards,
Credexpert
http://www.credexpert.in

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Jay January 24, 2015 at 3:02 PM

Hi Shiv

My Cibil Transunion score is 819. Got this today. Am planning to go for a housing loan jointly with my wife in next 3- 5 months. She doesn’t have any loan so far nor has she ever taken a credit card. I settled 2 credit card loans last year. One was full (1.6 lakhs) and other was partial (30k out of 56k) settlement. Do you think my credit score would change till I apply for a joint loan down the line in next few months ? I have stopped using anymore credit cards.

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Credexpert January 29, 2015 at 12:39 PM

Dear Sir,

819 is a decent score. Although credit score is considered to be one of the most important tools used by lending institutions to evaluate an individual’s credit worthiness, it would also consider other factor basis their internal credit policies.

Also, ‘Settlement’ refers to part payment instead of complete payment of the total outstanding amount towards a credit account. In your case, since you have “Settled” one of your credit cards by paying an amount lesser than the total outstanding, this remark would be reflected in your credit report against the concerned account.

A credit report with a negative remark of “Settled” would be viewed negatively by the lending institution. Settlement indicates your inability to repay and can hinder any of your future loan applications. The only way to remove this remark is by repaying the complete outstanding amount against your credit card.

We would suggest that in order to clear your CIBIL report of the negative remark you can make the remaining outstanding payment towards your credit card, this will create a positive impact on the lending institutions.

Regards,
Credexpert
http://www.credexpert.in

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Ashok singh January 28, 2015 at 10:26 AM

hi sir pls chek my cibil pan no .CNRPS9035F

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Credexpert January 29, 2015 at 12:20 PM

Dear Sir,

You can access your CIBIL score and report by filling the score request form on the below given link

https://www.cibil.com/online/credit-score-check.do

This process will be an online process and you will receive your report online. In case if any KYC provided by you is not matching with CIBIL’s database, it will request you to send self attested physical copy of your KYC details for verification.

Regards,
Credexpert
http://www.credexpert.in

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jayaprakash January 29, 2015 at 5:49 PM

Sir plz I dont know my cibil score plz check and reply me sir

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