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Callcredit responds to feedback

Callcredit has responded to feedback from its rapidly growing customer base by launching new versions of its two online credit reference reports, CallReport and SHAREReport, which are more intuitive and user friendly.

Graham Lund, product director of Callcredit, says: More and more UK lenders are signing up for our services and providing us with valuable feedback. As a result, weve significantly enhanced the layout of the reports, making them easier to navigate and easier to interpret, with more print options.

The new reports also contain more concise geo-demographic data and additional information on match levels and sources used to confirm address.

CallReport is Callcredits general use credit report, which confirms an applicant’s name, address and the presence or absence of any adverse public data.

SHAREReport also includes an applicants credit account performance data and is only available to companies that contribute to the database as members of the SHARE closed user group.

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