Credit rating information

How good is your credit standing?

Take control of your credit standing and request your personal credit rating information today.

Most retailers, online shops, property managers, telephone providers, banks and leasing companies use credit rating information to assess their customers’ ability to pay.

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Further services and your right of information

In addition to CRIF AG, three other large credit agencies offer their services in Switzerland. According to the Data Protection Act, every person – irrespective of their age, place of residence and nationality – has the right to obtain information saved about them from the owner of a collection of data.

Here, the provision of this personal information is referred to as a “self-assessment”. Comparis helps you to obtain this information. 

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Your credit standing can have an effect on the following:

Personal loans

Your credit standing plays a role in determining the rate of interest you are offered on a personal loan.

Credit card limits

The better your credit standing, the higher the credit card limit offered by credit card companies. 


Just like with personal loans, a good credit standing is required if you want to lease a car.

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