Betting can be fun, as long as you enjoy it responsibly. Betting may not show up on your credit report, but it can hurt your credit score. If you form a habit, it could throw your finances into havoc. Be sure to know your limits and stop when it stops being fun.
If you’re looking at options for car financing, you might be looking into Personal Contract Purchases, or PCPs. PCPs are attractive to car buyers, because they allow you to buy a car in instalments over a number of years, while getting to use the car. However, are they as great a deal as they first appear?
An overdraft can be a great way to boost your credit score. But if you start eating into your overdraft, this can make you look bad in the eyes of lenders.
A Direct Debit is an agreement made with an organisation that means they can directly charge your bank account. Do direct debits improve your credit score? The short answer: Yes! But there are some caveats to be aware of.
In 2013, the Government introduced Universal Credit to replace and combine six benefits. It is now claimed by more than 2 million people in the […]
If you owe money to someone and they take court action against you, you may end up with a County Court Judgement on your credit report. But what is a CCJ?
What is a Notice of Correction? A Notice of Correction is a short statement of up to 200 words that goes on your credit report. […]
If you have bad credit, you might think that it’s impossible for you to get a mortgage. But this doesn’t have to be true.
Everybody knows that to get a mortgage, you need a good credit score. But how does it all work? Read Credibble’s explainer to learn more.
Credit is crucial to getting a mortgage. If you want to buy a house, you need to have your credit score in order. Here are some ways.