5 credit accidents you want to avoid this Christmas.

By | December 17th, 2013|Broker, Consumer, Industry News, Make Credit Work For You, Press Releases|

Media Release 5 credit accidents you want to avoid this Christmas. 17 December 2013 Australians must put credit issues on [...]

How to cure Christmas credit hangover

By | January 17th, 2013|Broker, Consumer, Industry News, Make Credit Work For You|

In our ‘Make Credit Work For You’ post this week, we look at what you should do to recoup those [...]

Are you getting bad credit for Christmas?

By | December 21st, 2012|Broker, Consumer, media releases, Press Releases|

Media Release Are you getting bad credit for Christmas? An advocate for accurate credit reporting warns every credit-active Australian should [...]

Debt stress: how to avoid it at Christmas time and dodge a bad credit rating

By | December 4th, 2012|Broker, Consumer|

What does it take to keep your head above water at Christmas time? A recent survey shows that the average [...]

A schoolie’s guide to the financial future: 5 important credit lessons.

By | November 27th, 2012|Consumer, media releases, Press Releases|

Media Release A schoolie's guide to the financial future: 5 important credit lessons. While schoolies across Australia are celebrating finishing [...]

The risks you’re taking with credit this Christmas that could see you left without a home

By | November 20th, 2012|Broker, Consumer, Identity Theft, Industry News, media releases, Press Releases|

Media Release The risks you’re taking with credit this Christmas that could see you left without a home A consumer [...]

More buyers apply for home loans, but dreams could be shattered by credit rating blunders.

By | November 15th, 2012|media releases, Press Releases|

Media Release More buyers apply for home loans, but dreams could be shattered by credit rating blunders. A consumer advocate [...]

Bill Shock: telco bills ruining credit ratings

By | October 15th, 2012|Broker, Consumer, Industry News|

Botched phone plans and lack of data usage monitoring is leaving many Australians shell shocked over their mobile bills, with [...]

Are you spending more than you earn? You’re not alone….

By | September 13th, 2012|Broker, Consumer, Industry News|

It was reported yesterday that one in seven households in Australia is on ‘struggle street’ – spending more than it [...]

Is Your Tax Refund Safe? Identity Theft Warning for Taxpayers

By | September 12th, 2012|Identity Theft|

At tax time, there are some things you need to know about to protect your identity from criminals. We look [...]

Identity theft risks high for pre-retirees

By | July 27th, 2012|Identity Theft, media releases, Press Releases|

Media Release Identity theft risks high for pre-retirees 27 July 2012 Baby boomers scrambling to secure their future before retirement [...]

Banks, telcos to have access to better id theft prevention through document verification (DVS)

By | July 26th, 2012|Identity Theft|

Identity theft…what can we do to prevent it and in doing so protect our credit rating from misuse? We look at [...]

Businesses on verge of default: Cash flow issues leave more businesses unable to pay bills on time

By | July 19th, 2012|Broker, Consumer, Industry News|

According to credit reporting agency Dun & Bradstreet, the June quarter came up grim for Australian businesses and particularly small [...]

AFP and FBI sign agreement to pool resources on identity crime

By | July 17th, 2012|Identity Theft|

Police from Australia and the United States have joined forces to pool their resources to fight a number of crimes [...]

Bad credit affects refinancing market too

By | July 5th, 2012|Broker, Consumer, Industry News|

Refinancing numbers are at a record high. But any home owner looking to refinance needs to consider they could have [...]

How You Can Give Yourself the Best Chance of Being Approved For Your First Home

By | June 25th, 2012|Broker, Consumer|

A great deposit and a great income is not enough to ensure you get the home loan that’s right for [...]

Default rates soar amongst over 65’s

By | June 4th, 2012|Broker, Consumer|

A study on generational trends in credit activity over the past ten years put out by credit reporting agency Veda [...]

TMI – 5 things all young people should know about privacy, social networking and credit.

By | May 1st, 2012|Identity Theft, Industry News, Privacy Commissioner|

If you didn’t have Facebook or Twitter – you’d be lost right? It’s a great way to keep in touch [...]

A consumer advocate shows Aussie singles how to recover from post-relationship credit crisis.

By | April 20th, 2012|Broker, Consumer, Industry News|

Being lumbered with relationship debt is a common cause of bad credit. People can be stuck to a bad relationship [...]

Working away from home? This could impact your credit rating. How to keep your credit file clear when you’re working away.

By | April 5th, 2012|Consumer|

Australian miners - you may be the highest paid workers in the country, but in the credit rating repair profession, [...]

One in four Australians short of cash would default on mortgage

By | March 20th, 2012|Broker, Consumer, Industry News|

More struggling Australian families than ever do not expect to manage their existing debt levels in the coming months. The [...]

Credit – friend or foe? 6 tips to make credit work for you

By | March 7th, 2012|Consumer|

Credit - friend or foe? Yes you should take advantage of credit, and we show you how to do that [...]

How healthy is your credit rating?

By | March 2nd, 2012|Consumer, Industry News|

Your credit rating is just like your health.  You can get regular check- ups and maintain it, or you can [...]

Refinancing plans could be ruined by errors showing bad credit history

By | February 21st, 2012|Broker, Consumer, Industry News|

Consumers have been urged to move their mortgage away from the ’big four’ banks  as a response to the raising [...]

What you may not know about taking out credit in Australia

By | February 15th, 2012|Broker, Consumer, Industry News|

Many Australians are very unaware of what happens behind the scenes when they take out credit. We break it down [...]

As confidence returns, home buyers need to fix credit problems

By | February 6th, 2012|Broker, Consumer, Industry News|

Good news may be on the horizon for the Aussie mortgage market. Mortgage sales for January 2012 have revealed a [...]

Helping clients save money through credit repair

By | February 2nd, 2012|Broker, Industry News|

As brokers we are continually faced with meeting clients whose credit report lets them down. These clients stack up financially [...]

MyCRA clients tell their stories: Telco mistakes threatening home ownership

By | February 1st, 2012|Broker, Consumer, Defaults Removed, Industry News|

Two of our credit repair clients share their stories on how their good credit rating suffered at the hands of [...]

5 things every young person needs to know about credit

By | January 31st, 2012|Broker, Consumer, Identity Theft, Industry News|

It's back to school for most teenagers in Australia. Here is a lesson you might not learn there...Just because you [...]

How to prevent identity theft and keep your clean credit rating

By | January 24th, 2012|Consumer, Identity Theft, Industry News|

Identity theft is an ever-increasing cause of a bad credit rating. We answer some of the most common questions people [...]