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About Your CIBIL TransUnion Score


The CIBIL TransUnion Score is India’s first credit score for individuals.It is a three-digit numeric summary (ranging from 300 on the lower side to 900 at the higher side) of a consumer’s credit history, compiled from information received from lenders who are members of CIBIL. The model followed by CIBIL predicts the likelihood of an individual missing more than three payments on a credit line over the next 12 months. For the last few years banks have had exclusive access to this score.Now individuals too can access their CIR and credit score for Rs450.

To understand the impact of the CIBIL TransUnion Score on an individual’s loan application we need to take a look at the table below.It shows loans sanctioned by loan providers based on an individual’s CIBILTransUnion Score in 2008 and 2010.

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Decoding your CIBIL CIR


wealthymatters.comIf you have just bought your CIBIL credit report and need some help understanding it or if you are considering forking out for one and want to know what you will get,the following write up is for you:

Here is the information found on a CIBIL CIR:

Payment history

Days Past Due (DPD) appears in the account(s) section of your CIR. It appears with one other piece of information — the month and year of payment. DPD indicates by how many days a payment on that account is late that month. Anything other than ‘000’ is considered negative by a lender. Up to 36 months of this payment history (with the most recent month displayed first) are provided in this section. Read more of this post

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