Our Reports contain special validation codes. The key below will explain what these mean.
Whenever an adverse statement or alert is indicated on our report a more detailed explanation of the specific meaning is listed here:
Applicant has lived at the current address for 3 years or more
Applicant has no recorded defaults, current arrears, adverse credit indicators, CCJs or bankruptcies
Applicant has no linked addresses other than those declared on the application
Applicant cannot be located at the stated addresses for 2 years or more.
Applicant has defaults, current arrears or adverse credit indicators, CCJs or bankruptcies
Applicant has other linked addresses besides those declared on the application
Applicant cannot be located at the given current or previous addresses
The referee provided by the applicant has been validated successfully.
The referee provided by the applicant has failed validation
The reference provided by the referee has been collected
The referee provided by the applicant has failed to provide a reference
The individual/organisation is deemed to be suitable to act as a Guarantor for this purpose
The individual/organisation is deemed to be unsuitable to act as a Guarantor for this purpose
Applicant's employment status is valid
Applicant's employment status is not valid
Always do IDentity Checks before finalising any tenancy agreement with your applicants. Identity Fraud is a growing problem, so take every precaution.
We offer an independent IDentity Verify service. For a small fee you can have any individual Independently Verified for ID at any UK Post Office. Your applicant simply takes the necessary documents along, and later you can confirm the result on-line. Alternatively, you can do identity verification yourself.
We provide a useful and free IDentity Checklist. The main items you should check are: a passport or driving licence with photograph, plus at least one utility bill less than 3 months old, matching the applicants address details. Request a passport type photograph with the tenancy application, or at lease a good photocopy from a passport or driving licence. Keep all confidential information you receive secure.
Landlords and Letting Agents are under a legal obligation to handle, store and dispose of personal consumer information sensibly and securely and are obliged to abide by the principles of the Data Protection Act.
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