Here is how to Print and Save your Noddle Report:
We are often asked how you can print and save your noddle credit report, without printing and scanning the whole report which is time-consuming and a needless waste of paper.
1. Log into your Noddle Account or Sign Up at noddle.co.uk
2. Click the green button that says ‘View my Full Report’ once signed in.
3. Then click on the ‘Download Credit Report’ icon in the top right-hand corner of the page next to your credit rating.
Downloading your credit report on different devices:
Mac: It is fairly straightforward, just select ‘Download Credit Report’ and the report should save to your downloads folder.
PC: Simply select ‘Download Credit Report’ and your Windows computer will ask you if you want to ‘Open or Save’ your credit report. Select save if you just want the PDF copy and open it if you want to physically print it.
Mobile: You cannot currently print or download your credit report when visiting Noddle from a mobile device. You will need to access the website from a Windows or Mac OS computer.
(Update 07/10/2017) Tablet: Some tablet users are now able to download their credit report straight from their device, but smaller tablets and mobile phones are still not showing the ‘Download Credit Report’ icon.
➡ We recommend using Check My File for a more detailed credit report
Lenders no longer rely on one credit reporting agency anymore. They now check your report with multiple credit agencies.
We recommend Check My File as they are the only company who currently provide your credit report from the three top agencies (Experian, Equifax and Call Credit) all-in-one.
Get your all-in-one credit report from Check My File
When signing up for the first time, Noddle will ask for your credit card details but this is only to identify you.
It is the full credit report that mortgage advisors/brokers will need to determine your mortgage eligibility. The credit score will not help us and we cannot use this. We cannot accept screenshots.
Lenders do not currently accept ClearScore reports as they do not show the full payment history of your credit accounts.
They only use your card details to build a credit profile for you if this is the first time that you are signing up for your credit report.
We regularly update this guide to ensure that the information is accurate.
First Published: 27th June 2017
Last Updated: 25th June 2018