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Each time you apply for a credit card, the card provider checks your credit file to see if you are a good borrower. Prior to setting up your CC Auto Pay Service, you must set up a London Road User Charging account. Somebody requested a debit at my adress? Obviously I was concerned that someone had apparently tried to obtain loan at my home and about the impact that a refusal could have on my own solvency. Writing to the firm to ask if they had just sent the note to the incorrect postal code or if someone had really requested a loan with my postal code, I also writing to Equifax because the note indicated that the loan had been sought by them and explained that this individual did not reside here and that I did not want to be connected to them in my loan statement.

ýI havenýt heard back from the Credit-Card company, but got a letter from Equifax this morning explaining to me that they couldnýt help without a Loan Advice number. So I called them and the woman told me to buy my loan from her website and that would tell me if I had a monetary connection to that other individual who could be taken away when I would write to her again.

Now that I have received my account, however, it seems that "financial associations" are persons with whom you have made common loan requests or with whom you have kept common bank account - nobody will appear there, but would I have expected this woman to be found in this section if she had requested a loan at my home but without using my name?

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Prior to setting up your CC Auto Pay System, you must have a London Road User Charging User Bankroll. Keeping an bankroll with us means you can: As soon as your London Road User Charging balance has been established and you have logged in, you will receive an automatic request to fill out your CC Auto Pay request.

Somebody requested a debit at my adress?

Obviously I was concerned that someone had apparently tried to obtain loan at my home and about the impact that a refusal could have on my own solvency. Writing to the firm to ask if they had just sent the note to the incorrect postal code or if someone had really requested a loan with my postal code, I also writing to Equifax because the note indicated that the loan had been sought by them and explained that this individual did not reside here and that I did not want to be connected to them in my loan statement.

ýI havenýt heard back from the credit card firm, but got a letter from Equifax this morning explaining to me that they couldnýt help without a loan info reference number. So I called them and the woman told me to buy my loan from her website and that would tell me if I had a monetary connection to that other individual who could be taken away when I would write to her again.

Now that I have received my account, however, it seems that "financial associations" are persons with whom you have made common loan requests or with whom you have kept common bank account - nobody will appear there, but would I have expected this woman to be found in this section if she had requested a loan at my home but without using my name?

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