Article by Barry Stamp - 4th January 2018

Update Your Credit Reports When You Want

If you’re an active checkmyfile subscriber you can update your Credit Report as soon as a new one is ready by using the update button which appears at the top of your browser window when you log into checkmyfile.

Updating your checkmyfile report

Credit Reports for subscribers were once refreshed automatically when you logged in, if the previous Credit Report was more than 31 days old. You can now refresh your information as soon as you log in, so you can be sure you're getting the most up to date data from all four of the UK's leading Credit Reference Agencies.

For customers waiting for an error to be corrected, or for a Notice of Correction to appear on a specific agency Credit Report, or for an adverse credit or fraud entry to expire, the exact timing of the ‘refresh’ is crucial. The update button enables you to get a new Credit Report exactly when you need it, as long as your last report is more than 31 days old.

Our subscription service enables you to keep an eye on all your Credit Reports, offering unbeatable value.

The latest info from the UK's leading credit reference agencies

checkmyfile gives you unlimited access to your full Credit Reports held by Equifax, Experian and TransUnion, together with your public Credit Report held by Crediva. You can try checkmyfile free for 30 days then for just £14.99 per month if you don't cancel, which you can do at any time.

Subscribers are able to monitor for identity fraud, track how your credit rating changes over time, and check that all of the information is correct.

Find out more about our Credit Reports.

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