Netflix allows on-time payments history to be added to Experian Boost

Tuesday 28 July 2020 12:46 CET | News

CNBC has reported that starting 27 July, consumers can include their Netflix on-time payment history on their Experian Boost accounts, which can help facilitate their credit scores.

Experian Boost is a free service that helps clients facilitate their credit score by paying monthly bills on time. Prior to the Netflix addition, only utility and phone bills – such as internet, cable, gas, electric, and water bills – could have been added. 

New Experian Boost consumers can already start to link Netflix payments, while the option will roll out to existing users over the next few weeks. In addition, features of Experian Boost include access to one’s Experian credit report and FICO score, both updating every 30 days. Other features comprise: 

  • Account balance monitoring and alerts;
  • Recommendations on how to lower bills and manage debt, such as using a balance transfer card;
  • Categorisation of spending;
  • Trending data for net worth, income, and cash flow;
  • Targeted savings opportunities and personalised savings estimates based on one’s credit file are expected to be added in the near future.

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Categories: Payments & Commerce
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