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Your credit report will say a lot about who you are as a person. It will tell you - and others who may be considering lending to you - whether you are a trustworthy and honest person when it comes to paying things back.

If you have never read a copy of your credit report before, you should know that you are entitled to do so under the law. And you can also receive your report free of charge, which is perfect as it saves you spending more money finding out about your own credit history.

But why would you want to read this report in the first place?

The main reason is to check for any inaccuracies it may contain. It has been the case on occasion that some people read their report and find it is incorrect in places. For example you may have a non-payment on your report that actually has nothing to do with you. In this case you would have to prove it so that it can be removed and does not harm your application to get credit in future.

Your credit report will change over time as well, so it pays to check it for free every now and then, rather than just the once. This will ensure that it is always up to date and correct, and since it is free to do so it is a quick and simple process that won't cost you anything.

You can find out more about how to do this online, but it is also possible to ask for your report by ringing up the appropriate company. It is surprising how many people don't make the most of this service and see whether their credit report is correct in the eyes of the law. One mistake on there could prevent you from applying successfully for credit in the future. This is precisely why you should always think about checking your report from time to time. You might have a nasty surprise if you don't. It's good to know the law is on your side though when it comes to seeing how companies view you.

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