Nigerian Credit Firm Slashes Service Cost by 50%
CRC Credit Bureau Limited Nigeria has reduced the price of its credit report known as CRC Self Enquiry consumer report by 50% in a bid to make credit reports affordable for customers.
The price reduction is in line with the company’s commitment to driving financial inclusion and enabling individuals to build credible profiles that enhance access to credit for strategic growth.
The CRC Self Enquiry (Credit Report) gives details of an individual’s credit activities such as payment history, the range of credit options used, credit accounts active and credit debts accumulated. It shows a record of loans taken such as cash loans, auto loans, etc.
With the price slash, everyone can have access to their credit report and take control of their financial status by conducting regular self-assessments.
An individual’s credit report is usually obtained by organisations who are potential lenders like banks, fintech and mortgage houses to determine if an individual is creditworthy. Utility companies and telecommunications providers also request for this report before they offer you post-paid services. A potential employer can pull up your credit report, though the report may not include bank account numbers, but other credit-related information.
The CRC Self Enquiry report is available on the CRC Credit Bureau website: crccreditbureau.com/product/crc-self-enquiry.
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