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  1. Hi Guys, A while ago i posted a thread asking about reclaiming my insurance premiums from Experian which can be found here. Well a few months later and the FOS has agreed that i was to be reimbursed my premiums (which form part of the £14.99 you pay to Credit Expert every month) + 8% interest. You can see more of the story here. Everyone who has had the Credit Expert package is entitled to ask for a refund, so i would suggest you get claiming as it works out about £6.47 + 8% for every month you have been a member of the Credit Expert services. If you would like any advice on getting started, please feel free to ask and i will be more than happy to help you based on my experience. TF
  2. As part of my effort to get myself straight I subscribe to CreditExpert, I feel it give s me a sense of control, not sure it does in reality. Anyhow I logged in yesterday to see that my 'credit score' had gone from 'fair' last month to 'excellent' this month. As far as I can tell nothing has changed, my two default have not miraculously disappeared either. I'm beginning to think that score ain't worth the pixels it's written in.
  3. I moved my bank account and decided to also cancel my CreditExpert credit-report subscription. I sent them an email informing them that I was cancelling and they sent me an email saying I *had* to call them and answer questions about why I'm cancelling and also give feedback about their service. So far as I'm concerned the I sent email should suffice. Can they put a default on my credit record for this ? Thanks in advance.
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