Credit Bureau ReportsWe're pleased to offer the convenience of links to Equifax Canada
Your credit rating is like a financial report card, which creditors use when assessing your credit-worthiness. Many Canadians don't realize they can and should regularly review their own credit report; to correct outdated or inaccurate information, to understand why they may have been declined credit, or to protect their information from identity theft.
Know What's on Your Credit Report
Your credit report includes personal information about you, as well as details about your credit products and payment history. Information about past bankruptcy, judgements, tax liens and other items will also be included, if applicable. Learn more about what's in your credit report.
Request Your Credit Report
Scotiabank is pleased to offer the convenience of links to Equifax Canada, a recognized leader in the consumer and commercial credit reporting and information services industry.
Available Options for Requesting Your Confidential Credit Report:
Monitoring your credit report for changes is one of the best ways to combat identity theft - and ensure the accuracy of what's being reported about you. Equifax Credit Watch™ makes it easy by automatically alerting you of certain key changes in your Equifax Credit Report and Score™ - such as when someone tries to open credit in your name - so you can act before serious damage is done. Protect your credit rating with Equifax Credit Watch.
Credit Education Centre
Don't know much about credit reports? Equifax has the information to help you learn more.
Correcting Credit Report Inaccuracies
If you notice an error on your Equifax credit report, you can ask Equifax to correct it at no charge. Learn more at equifax.ca
All customer communications with Equifax Canada Inc. are confidential. Scotiabank does not receive copies of, or have access to customer information, credit reports or credit scores resulting from customers transacting with Equifax Canada Inc.