10-02-2012 09:30 PM
i spoke to a sales person last week and he gave me all the shpeel about the new iphone 4. I agreed to go ahead with the contract. He was very persuasive. Then i got an email asking me to ring up, which i promptly did. as i was ordering the phone on behalf of the my husband , he had to speak to them to confirm who he was. The woman on the other end started to ask him , who our mortgage was etc. which to be honest my husband was a vbit vague about, but i was sitting next to him keeping him right.
She said fine that was the end of the check, and then i received an email seconds later saying that i had failed the credit check.
Now my husband has been a customer of vodafone for at least 4-5 years, and i have been a monthly customer for nearly a year.
I cannot for the life of me understand how iwe failed the chredit check. Rang back to enquire, they gave me the credit lliasion dept email address. In my experience Vodafone NEVER EVER answer emails, and when i mentioned t his the guy said you should get a reply with 72 hours, needless to say a week later i am still waiting. Considering taking my business elsewhere.
11-02-2012 08:54 AM - edited 11-02-2012 08:55 AM
The most likely reason for the credit check fail would be due to you ordering the phone on your Husbands account and the credit check being carried out in your name.
If your Husband orders the contract in his name with the credit check being done in his name, he should pass the credit criteria.
As a credit check will now have been done in your name, you would be unable to reapply for three months, this gives your credit file time to recover.
13-02-2012 03:36 PM - edited 13-02-2012 03:39 PM
Thank you for your posts and I am sorry to see this has caused you frustration.
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