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Credit reports: Your questions
Helen Lord, Neil Munroe, and Martyn Hocking
Helen Lord, Neil Munroe, and Martyn Hocking were the experts

BBC Radio 4's Money Box Live was broadcast on Monday, 9 July, at 1502 BST.

On Monday's programme, Money Box presenter Paul Lewis took your questions on your credit report and put them to a panel of expert guests.

Do you know what information is held about you on your credit report and how it is used?

Have you been turned down for credit and want to know why?

Or if you think someone has applied for credit in your name or there is a mistake on your file, what can you do about it?

Our panel of experts were here to give you advice.

Paul Lewis was joined by:

  • Helen Lord, director of fraud and compliance, Experian
  • Neil Munroe, external affairs director, Equifax
  • Martyn Hocking, editor, Which? Money

    Producer: Lesley McAlpine
    Presenter: Paul Lewis



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