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  • Confusion Over CRA

    I got married on the 29th November.

    I've applied for credit just recently as begining of December.

    When I've applied for credit, I've clearly put Mrs, then my new surname.

    I've today looked at the CRA's.

    I'm confused as to why my new credit card, Capital One, as done a search under my old name of Miss. *** yet the application was in my new name of Mrs. ********.

    Why is this!?
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    You're the same person and your married name will link up to your maiden name and be linked together on your credit file.Likely you had to disclose your maiden name on your application and as it's only just a month since you married a search on your married name wouldn't yet have brought anything up.
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