Here are some reasons why you might have a '?' instead of a credit score:
You could be new to credit
If you’ve never used credit before (such as a credit card, loan or mobile phone contract), credit reference agencies won't have enough information to give you a credit score.
You may not have credit accounts in your name
Credit reference agencies won't have any borrowing information to base your score on.
Equifax (our partner credit reference agency) haven’t matched you to a credit report
If the details you entered when you signed up for ClearScore (e.g. your name or address) don't match your financial information, we can’t show you your credit report and score.
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- Sign up using your name and address as it appears on all your financial accounts.