Credit reports

You have the right to get notified if someone has requested a credit report on you. With Kivra you receive the information quickly and securely. And collect the credit reports among your other important documents.

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Secure

With credit reports in Kivra you get strengthened protection against the misuse of your personal data.

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Automatic

When someone has requested a credit report on you, you will receive a notification. You read the information as a letter in your inbox.


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All at one place

With Kivra, you collect everything in the same place. Credit reports as well as other letters and invoices. Also, receipts, agreements, and payslips.

Have you received an SMS?

Kivra sends text messages on behalf of the Credit report companies, to quickly let you know if someone has requested a credit report on you. By registering for Kivra you can access it directly. And check that the information is correct. If you don’t want to read it digitally you don’t need to do anything. The credit report will then be sent with paper mail to your registered home address.

As a user of Kivra, you get notified via e-mail or push notification every time you get a new credit report. In settings, you can choose how you want to get notified.

Receive credit reports and other important documents in Kivra

What is a credit report?

When you buy something on credit, want to start a subscription, or apply for a loan – more than often, a credit report is requested. The credit report gives information about your financial status and circumstances that affect your ability to pay, or repay a loan.

It is your right to be informed when such information has been requested. You also have the right to receive a copy of what information has been shared with the requesting credit report company.

Credit report companies

There are several authorised credit report companies in Sweden. Besides collecting information on behalf of creditors and lenders, it is their obligation to share that information with you. However, it is not the credit report company who decides whether you will, or not will be granted a loan or credit.

FAQ

  • What is a credit report?
  • Why have I received an SMS about a credit report?
  • How do I read credit reports in Kivra?