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Protective Registrations - Cifas & Vulnerability Registration Service

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  • Protective Registrations - Cifas & Vulnerability Registration Service

    If you have or are experiencing hardship or you or a relative is considered vulnerable then you might want to consider signing up to one or both of these registration service.

    Protective Registration offers peace of mind and a reduction in the risk of becoming a victim of fraud. As such, when you apply for financial products and services, the process may take slightly longer than before, as extra checks will be made on applications with your details. Companies who are signed up to our database may also get in touch with you to make those checks before processing your application.
    Vulnerability Registration Service

    The VRS is a single reference point, where vulnerable consumers can register, so that they do not have to repeat their situation to each Debt Collection Agency or Debt Purchaser who contacts them, thereby helping reduce the stress of repeating their circumstances.

    Debt Collection Agencies and Debt Purchasers using the VRS register are alerted to a vulnerable consumer and can pass the information to their Vulnerability team, so an approach is appropriate and empathetic.

    Consumers can remove themselves from the register at any time, after which their details will not be available to any organisation searching the VRS register.
    If your personal details are stolen, or you’ve noticed unusual account activity, you may be at risk of identity fraud. Protective Registration reduces that risk.

    Any support I provide is offered without liability, if you are unsure please seek professional legal guidance.

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