Spring into action: How your Equifax credit report & score can help you achieve some of your financial dreams
Your Equifax credit score can help lenders, creditors, and others decide whether or not to grant you a loan or a new credit card. Ensuring your Equifax credit report is error-free can help prevent delays in your loan application.Read More
What is a Credit Report?
A credit report is a summary of your credit history. Learn how can it help, or hurt, your financial future.Read More
How Do I Get My Free Credit Report?
Learn how to get a free copy of your credit report from Equifax Canada.Read More
How to improve your credit scores
If your credit scores are on the lower end, there are some actions you can take to help boost your scores and increase your chance of being approved for a loan at a better interest rate.Learn More
Is now the right time to buy your first home?
Are you thinking about buying your first home? Ask yourself these questions to help you figure out if it’s the right time for you.Read More
How To Spot Signs Of ID Theft
Identity theft is on the rise in Canada. Checking your credit reports regularly is one of the best ways to spot potential fraud.Read More
Can an Identity Thief Steal Your Home?
Identity theft can be very expensive and home title fraud is an increasing threat to homeowners. Find out how you can help you protect yourself from fraudsters.Learn More
What Is Identity Theft?
Learn more about identity theft and how identity thieves can use your personal information for financial gain.Read More
COVID + Credit: Deferred Payments and Your Credit Report
How to navigate deferred payments and your credit report during the Coronavirus/COVID-19 pandemic.Read More
COVID + Credit: Your Credit Questions Answered
COVID-19 has had several effects on Canadians' finances and jobs. Learn more about its potential impacts on your credit scores and credit reports.Read More
What Factors Impact My Credit Scores?
When it comes to financial progress and credit, it's important to understand the actions that may influence your credit scores.Read More