Sometimes there are discrepancies between the information provided by your applicant and the information on their credit report. These discrepancies are most often due to typos or a different format of data entry. It is also possible that the applicant’s current address is not known to the databases, especially if he or she has recently moved. It is therefore important to compare the information received and to discuss it with your prospective tenant if it is contradictory.
An example of disparities appearing on a credit report. Here, the information received is similar to the information provided. Therefore, it is a matter of different input formats, and not of conflicting information.
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What Does Unavailable SIN Mean?
What Do the Ratings on the Payment History Mean?
What Do the Jobs Posted on the Credit Report Mean?
What Are the Differences Between the Types of Accounts That Appear on the Report?
How Do I Track my Application?
How to Interpret the Credit Score Result?
Why Is There No Information on the Credit Report That I Received?