Clearscore and Experian NOT merging


An announcement from our CEO
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Almost a year ago, we announced that Experian intended to acquire ClearScore (subject to regulatory approval). Today, we want to let you know that this acquisition will no longer be going ahead.

While I’m disappointed that we won’t get to combine with a major UK corporation to create a global winner, we’re excited to return to Plan A, and for the opportunity to restate our commitments to you, our users:

Build\ 5x5 Everything we do at ClearScore is centred around delivering the very best service to you, for free, forever. We’re proud to be the #1 credit checking service in the UK and to be serving over 8 million people worldwide.

Build\ 5x5 Over the past year we’ve launched many more coaching plans, refreshed our mortgage offering, started offering insurance, and improved our service and mobile apps. We dedicate ourselves to making our product better every single day.

Build\ 5x5 We’ve partnered with a huge number of financial services product providers, to offer you the best deals on credit cards, personal loans, insurance and more, so you can make the most of your money.

Whatever happens, our vision remains clear. We want to help everyone, no matter what their circumstances, achieve greater financial wellbeing. And now we’re taking that mission out to the rest of the world with our businesses in South Africa and India.

Thank you for supporting ClearScore. We’re incredibly grateful for your continued use of our service; it’s for you that we continue to be super excited by coming to work.

Justin Basini
Co-founder and CEO, ClearScore

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I think this is a good thing. Clearscore can continue to define the market and show the big CRAs how to do things.

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