Insert an explanatory statement on your credit report
You have a right to place an explanatory statement of 200 words or less, relating to any of your information held on the Central Credit Register, and this will be included on your credit report.
Apply to have your information amended
You have a right to make an application to your lender and the Central Bank to amend information held on the Central Credit Register about you, if you believe it is inaccurate, incomplete or not up to date.
Report and be informed of suspected impersonation
You have the right to give notice to a lender or the Central Bank if you reasonably believe you have been, are being, or may be about to be impersonated by any person.
Obtain your credit report
You have the right to request your credit report at any time, free of charge (subject to fair usage).
For more information, read our fact sheets on each of your rights.