Answer: UK Data Laws gives you the right of access to know what information an organisation holds about you. To obtain this, you need to send us a Subject Access Request
Subject Access Request Form
Answer: We hold the information you provided on your application/s to banks, building societies, and other sectors of the financial services industry who are part of National Hunter. We do not hold details of PPI policies or payments.
Answer: We do not hold credit scoring records, credit histories, copies of County Court Judgements (CCJs), electoral roll information, details of PPI policies or payments.
Answer: Depending on the status of your application, the data will be kept up to 6 months, and with a maximum retention period of 6 years.
Answer: You will receive the information you provided on your application/s to banks, building societies, and other sectors of the financial services industry who are part of National Hunter.
Answer: Application data is sent to National Hunter as part of an organisationís normal processing procedures. Any application sent to National Hunter will include a section within the Fair Processing Notice (or similar) to state that you agree that the data can be used for fraud prevention purposes.
Answer: Not all financial institutions submit data to National Hunter, or it could be that you have not made any applications for credit in the past 6 months. Either way, this is not a cause for concern.
Answer: If you believe the information held is incorrect, we would advise you to contact the organisation you applied to.
Answer:National Hunter is not the data owner and only the member submitting the data has the ability and authority to amend the data.
Answer: No, data is only used for fraud prevention purposes.