Public Information

What is Public Information?

In credit report terms, Public Information means your electoral roll listing, if you appear on insolvency registers or have any court judgment information. This is the only information visible when someone carries out an Enquiry Search. When an Application Search is carried out, this information is visible along with your credit history.


Q: What is included in my public information?

A: This usually includes your name and address, date of birth and (if applicable) any court records that pertain to you.

Q: Where can I see the information on myself?

A: The Insolvency register is free to view online and the electoral roll may be viewable at your local public library, but to view CCJ information you will need to use the Registry Trust. Alternatively, your public information is compiled and available to view on your credit report.

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