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Compare Your Credit Scores
You have more than one credit score - did you know that? Compare your Experian and Equifax credit scores and get to know where you stand. Most of the time, your scores are very different. Yet the higher they are - the better.
Monitor Your Credit Scores
Your credit scores change all the time. To keep you up to speed, we’ll send you a monthly update of any changes to your ranking. That way, you can start to understand what’s good and what’s bad for your scores.
ID & Fraud Protection
Our monthly updates give you a better chance of identifying anything unusual or suspicious in your credit file. If you spot something that doesn’t add up we'll help you get it changed, fixed or removed to keep your scores intact.
Credit School Online Courses
Just as you use the gym to work on your body, use our Credit School to work on your knowledge. With courses designed to help you strengthen your credit scores, accelerate your understanding of how credit reports work - at your own pace.
No Lock In Contract
Sign up for one month or sign up for five, the ball is in your court! Our wide range of topics and self-paced training will help you be more financially savvy and improve your financial behaviour, whatever you decide.
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Your credit score is a number that tells how financially trustworthy you are. High scores are considered good. Low scores are considered bad. Your score is worked out by factors in your credit history such as previous loan repayment history, length of credit history and your total debt.
Your credit score is normally looked at when you sign up for services like loans, credit cards, phone contracts, utilities accounts and sometimes even a new job. High scores can get you better deals. Low scores can increase your costs or stop you from getting access to a service.
Yes, there are multiple companies that work out your credit score. Different services like loan companies use different credit score providers. We've partnered with two of the biggest credit score providers globally: Equifax and Experian. Each credit score provider will score you differently.
Free credit score services have to make their money somehow - normally by selling your data. We're completely independent!
Start your free 7-day trial today. After that, our small monthly fee is an investment in your financial literacy and ensures you get access to your credit scores from multiple bureaus without hurting your credit rating.Try Tippla For Free!
There are lots of free credit score services out there. They have to make their money somehow, normally by selling your data.
Start your free 7-day trial today. After that, our small monthly fee a self investment in your financial literacy. We're independent, here to educate and armed with multi credit-bureau scores.
We treat our clients data better than we do our own. That's why we use 128-bit encryption and multi-level infrastructure to lock down your information.
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A credit score is a number that summarizes the historical credit information on a credit report.
Credit enquiries, defaults and public records - these are just a few of the things you'll find on your credit report. School's cool with Tippla and teaches you actual life skills. You won't find any trigonometry here.
Tippla enables you to monitor and track your credit score all through one convenient, online portal. We compare your credit scores from two of the three national credit reporting agencies, Equifax and Experian, to deliver smart insights into your credit. We also provide a range of handy tools to help you reach your financial goals - whether that’s buying a home or starting a business.
For just $4.95 a month, stay on top of your credit score with Tippla, available right in your pocket!
All of the data we collect from you is stored in the best security systems on the market and heavily encrypted. We know security is important to you and we take your privacy very seriously. So, we’re super vigilant about security and authentication.