Steps to Clearing Your Bank Negara Blacklist Status

The term 'blacklist' strikes fear in many Malaysian banking customers. Here we tell you about the dreaded Bank Negara Blacklist and how you can clear your blacklist status.

The dreaded word 'blacklist' is known by everyone no matter what language they speak in Malaysia and nothing is more ominous than being on Bank Negara's 'Blacklist'. The latest type of borrowers to be threatened with the dreaded 'blacklist' are PTPTN loan defaulters and it has brought this nasty term back to the forefront of Malaysian discussion.

We've received many questions by concerned Malaysians on how they can go about clearing their name so we've decided to break it down for you. If you've been blacklisted by Bank Negara (or sometimes known as the CCRIS system), here's what you need to know.

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What Does it Mean to Blacklisted?

Contrary to what many may think; as long as you have loans; you will have some transcript history in Bank Negara. This isn't bad at all as banks will look at this to see how many loans you have in your name and if you've been paying it diligently. The key isn't in having NO entry on your report but keeping the entries good.

The items on your report will essentially be:
1) the banks you have loans/credit cards with;
2) credit/loan applications you have recently made (it doesn't pay to have too many!);
3) the amount borrowed or outstanding;
4) the credit limit (usually for credit cards);
5) type of repayment (monthly, yearly, etc);
6) instalments in arrears (missed payments) usually in the past six months.

The last entry is the most important. The more arrears you have; the higher the chance loan providers will consider you 'blacklisted'. In that sense, it's not a literal blacklist you are placed on but an overall bad credit rating which then causes banks to put you on their internal 'blacklists' and not offer you any further credit.

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Sample report from a Lowyat Forum User.

So What Do I Do Now?

Unfortunately, there isn't an easy or quick way out of this. It essentially comes down to this: You must pay your dues. There are three situations that can cause you to have a spotty credit report, and that is either if you didn't pay your loan in full by the time you should have; if you paid consistently late or missed some payments. There are three different ways to deal with these situations.

I've Been 'Blacklisted' for Not Paying Off My Loan in Full by the End of Tenure

The simple answer to this situation is that you simply must pay your loan in full. You may call your bank and negotiate a repayment schedule if you cannot afford the lump sum but if you are over tenure; they may not accept any such negotiations. However, it's always worth a shot asking.

If you find you are able to pay off the amount, you will need to ask the bank for a Letter of Discharge (this will usually be supplied either on the spot or within two weeks of full settlement). Once you receive this letter, ask the bank when they will be submitting this update to Bank Negara. Be sure to head down to Bank Negara to make sure this has been done. If not, you can call your bank again to remind them.

In the interim, between waiting for the bank to update your status, you will need to take your Letter of Discharge with you when applying for other loans or credit cards to show the new bank that you have settled your dues.

I've Been Consistently Late in Paying

Some people don't mean to miss their payments; they are just forgetful or tardy and up paying late. Even this can cause problems in your credit report.

Bank Negara reports keep track of your payment record for one year (12 months) as such, to rectify this situation, you will need to consistently pay on time for 12 months to clear your old record. Sometimes, 10 out of 12 months isn't bad either but the longer you keep paying diligently and on time; the better you will look on paper.

Set up a standing instruction if this will help. It might be worth the additional fees if you can avoid a blotty credit report.

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I've Missed a Few Payments

Missing a few payments means you will need to pay up all your arrears (the payments you've missed; not the whole loan sum if your loan is ongoing) and then rebuild your score through diligent payment the same way as the situation above.

If the missed payments are too high; you can try talking to your bank to see if they would be willing to incorporate the missed amounts into the remaining loan sum and changing your monthly repayments to cover the missed amounts. Even if the answer is 'no'; you'll know you've exhausted every avenue.

All Your Recommendations Talk About Paying Up

Well, yes. As stated earlier; the reality is if you've taken a loan, you must pay it. If you've been a victim of identity fraud or perhaps a housing project deal that was never finished but you're paying for; that's more of a question for the courts than for the financial agencies. The bottom line is: if you want to get out of a blacklist; you need to pay your dues.

If you are unable to pay, you may have to consider contacting AKPK for an overall debt restructure or file for bankruptcy. Both of these steps will come with their own requirements and rules so do think long and hard about what you will do to remedy your financial situation.

Not sure if you are blacklisted or not? Check back next week when we show you how to check your credit report easily.

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  • v

    hi, I have re assigned for my old cc payment with a bank. The amount after reassigned is in 5 digits whereby by cc credit limit was 3k only. Is there any problem for me to apply for personal loan to settle the amount? I have no records in ctos.

    Reply
    • RinggitPlus

      Hi V,

      There are many factors that a bank takes into consideration when approving a personal loan.

      Each bank has their own criteria for approval. However do take a look at our personal loan page and apply on our website and we will do our best to assist you.

      https://ringgitplus.com/en/personal-loan/

      Thank you.

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    • Angie

      Hi

      Due to my busy schedule I am late paying my cards and loan amount but I do pay eventually every month when bank calls to remind me. I am planning to apply for personal loan to consolidate all so its easier for me to pay and I am also planning for monthly auto pay but will the late payments affect my application if proceed? Im planning to go back to my own bank where I hv my current account for the loan. Please advise as I dont want to waste anyone's time. Thanks.

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      • RinggitPlus

        Hi Angie,

        In most cases it would still be reflected as late payment. However depending on bank's procedures, when they send you a reminder and you make your payments they could waive the late payment.

        As far as your concerns regarding approval, we are unable to quantify if it would be approved or not as different banks have different procedures and rules when it comes to approval.

        You could go on over to our personal loan's page:

        https://ringgitplus.com/en/personal-loan/

        Try applying for one and clarify your situation with the person in charge who calls you for the application.

        Thanks.

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      • Carl

        Hello, I have Ptptn and loan and I just recently settled it and I have a settlement letter. It's till reflected in the ccris form. Can I use this letter to take a personal loan? Iv got 2 credit card and it's all paid in time. Thanks

        Reply
        • RinggitPlus

          Hi Carl,

          Approval for a personal is very subjective depending on bank to bank. All banks have different procedures and rules.

          We would gladly assist you however we can. If you would like to apply for a personal loan, head on over to our website and make a comparison of all the personal loans available.

          https://ringgitplus.com/en/personal-loan/

          Select one and hit the apply button, and speak to the person in charge regarding your application.

          Thank you for your kind support.

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        • Bryan

          Hi Admin,
          I took personal loan and skipped about 30 mths payment and was issued bancruptcy earlier (as of ctos report) but not declared bancruptcy as i already started to pay 4 mths arrears per month. And the arrears will turns to "0" this coming september. As of now, its showing "12" in criss report. 4 payments per month and in 3 months time, it will turns to Zero. My concern now is when can i apply car loan after it starts to show "0" in criss report? Can i apply after 6 months or need to wait 12 months? For instance, take the below as example in criss reports. Which one has the highest possibilities for the loan to be approved?
          Overdue:
          1) 24,20,16,12,8,4,0,0,0,0,0,0
          2) 12,8,4,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0
          3) 0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0

          And also, will CTOS reports still shows 'bancruptcy issuance' after i settle all my debts?

          Kindly advice please. Thanks for your patience.

          Regards,
          Bryan

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          • RinggitPlus

            Hi Bryan,

            Each bank has different rules for approval and it depends solely on their discretion such a case.

            As far as your CCRIS options, of course one with all zeros would give you a better chance of approval.

            Your CTOS may still show a bankruptcy issuance. However once you have cleared the debt with the bank, do obtain a letter of settlement.
            With that letter you may make a request to CTOS for the issue to be cleared.

            Thanks.

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          • suri

            I need your help about my situations. I bought a car under my name for my husband use and after divorce, I never see the car and the car my ex-husband take and before this nothing happen about the payment. Suddenly i just received a called from bank and i so shock because my ex-husband didn't pay the car installment. The car also not at me at all and i don't know where? What should i do

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            • RinggitPlus

              Hi Suri,

              This is a very unfortunate incident. We are sorry to hear you were stuck with this loan despite not having the car. We are not able to provide you with any type of consultation but it would be advisable to approach your financial institution and find out what your available options are. If they are not able to help, possibly escalate your problem to Bank Negara and seek their advice.

              Thank you.

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            • Wyatt

              Firstly, i have enrolled to AKPK for the last 6 years. But for the last year, i was unable to pay. So i have been pulled out from AKPK services. And i continuosly pa direct to the credit card loan to the bank. After half year, i have financial problem again. I was unable to pay for 5 months. And my personal account that related to the specific bank is suspend includint atm card. Luckily my financial is stable back and i am able to make a full settlement to all the loan.

              Now my questions is,

              Can i start to apply bank credit card? If no, how long can i need to wait for reapply?
              Now i am planning to refinance and buy a house? Am i entitle to borrow the loan?
              Am i still blacklist by bank?

              Reply
              • RinggitPlus

                Hi Wyatt,

                That is great you are finally stable. If you are intending to apply for any facility, each bank has different regulations for approval which we are not privy to.

                However, you could do your necessary checks on your financial standing at Bank Negara by obtaining your CCRIS and also get your CTOS report done, if not RAMCI.

                Should you like to make a comparison for any of the facilities use our comparison tools to make your decision and apply right on the site.

                www.ringgitplus.com

                Thank you.

                Reply
              • SL

                Hi Iately i have an overdue credit card bill of 1 month and my bank sent me an sms saying to remits cash for this month closing by end of this week to maintain good credit record. what are the effects of bad credit record aside from not being able to apply for loans or new credit cards? can i still travel overseas and will the bad credit record go away once i have paid the debts and maintain good credit record for the next year ???

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              • Jasmine

                HI,

                I already apply for AKPK and pay it on time. Can i possible to apply for house loan?

                Reply
                • RinggitPlus

                  Hi Jasmine,

                  It depends from bank to bank, as each bank has their own approval procedures and regulations.

                  You could source for a housing loan on our page and try making an application. Use the link below and apply, we will do our best to assist you.

                  https://ringgitplus.com/en/home-loan/

                  Thanks.

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                • alan

                  Hi,
                  few years back i was unable to pay for my credit card and loan and have been running around from debt collector for about 2 years,
                  finally when my financial is stable i negotiate with the bank and make full settlement to all the bank, i went to BNM to get my ccris report
                  and everything is clear but till today after about 2.5years every time i apply for a credit card i got rejected
                  FYI i do provide them all the additional supporting info they requested such as EPF statement and EA together with E filing as well
                  what can i do to make them believe in providing me a card as i need to travel a lot for my job and is very inconvenience not having one
                  Thank you

                  Reply
                  • RinggitPlus

                    Hi Alan!

                    It's possible you running from debt collectors for 2 years have had an affect on how friendly banks will be towards your application. If your score is indeed healthy, it may just mean you need to keep your financials steady for a bit longer before banks are willing to shake your hand again. We wrote about how to get your credit score back up just in case you need some reminding: https://ringgitplus.com/en/blog/Debt-Management/What-can-I-do-to-improve-my-Credit-Report.html

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                  • Sherrilyn

                    Hi
                    I would like to know if we are under AKPK scheme, can we still apply for personal loan? Not much amount for loan

                    Reply
                    • RinggitPlus

                      Hi Sherrilyn!

                      If you have some debt issues or your credit score doesn't look too hot, you may not be as likely to get approved for personal loans. You can still try to apply however, since different banks may decide on things differently. We suggest you take counsel from AKPK if you have trouble managing your debts.

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                    • Ivan Sam

                      Hello...because i had one last payment of xpress personal loan that had paid.
                      But my name was in the ccris list of bnm,am i really considered as blacklisted then?
                      I have blacklisted with umobile,does it related with ccris?

                      Reply
                      • RinggitPlus

                        Hi Ivan!

                        If your name is on CCRIS, it doesn't mean your credit score is bad. The CCRIS list is there for anybody who has every applied for any financial product.
                        However, if your credit score on CCRIS is poor, that makes it a lot harder for you to get approved for loans.

                        Being blacklisted from UMobile is different from being blacklisted through BNM.

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                      • pathma nathan

                        i have outstanding credit card debts for 40k , recently i receive calls from debt collecter saying that i have own banks for credit card. i have cash with me shall contact the bank for discount for full settlement or shall i nego with my debts collector. kindly advise

                        Reply
                        • RinggitPlus

                          Hi Pathma!

                          If a bank has already decided to use debt collectors to get their money, we suggest dealing with the collectors themselves first. Since it's less likely that the bank will entertain your request for a discount if they've escalated this far. Even if you already have cash in hand to settle the debt, we recommend dealing with the debt collectors. Good luck!

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                        • tan

                          Hi all,

                          I have been blacklisted with BNM due I have MRTA and legal current account with bank it shown me 43 month never pay. But I don't even receive any sms, call and letter from the bank which I need to pay this. I paid my mortgage loan installment every month. I wana apply my car loan but been rejected due this issue and I want do clear with my ccriss. So what should I do? Thank you.

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                          • RinggitPlus

                            Hi Tan!

                            It sounds like you need to be sure if you really do still owe the bank money. If your home loan documentation makes a reference to MRTA, or if your bank took out a policy on your behalf, you can contact them to make sure if you still need to pay them. If you have paid in full, you can ask them to update the records so your CCRIS report looks healthy again. This process may take a few months. Only then will your car loan have a better chance at getting approval. All the best!

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                          • Kamaldip. kaur

                            i had a credit card with MBF 25 years ago. It used to get counterfiet charges so very often that i cancelled it and cleared the few hundered on it. Credit limit was RM1500. After 14 years i was called by debt collecteors to pay some 100over K , went to MBF and all was ok. now i cant apply for loan. how do i clear this

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                            • RinggitPlus

                              Hi Kamaldip!

                              If MBF already says you're in the clear, you can request an official statement from them that says the RM100k debt was never really yours. You can then use this statement to appeal to the other banks that you want to take your loans from. Hope this helps!

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                            • Sean

                              Hi, I have a car which is not under my usage (an old friend uses my car). To make it short, I've been lost contact with him and he's been missed payments for about 6 months now and the loan tenure ends next year (March 2017). I was kindly helping him because he helped me a lot in the past. So my question is, what if he still not making any payments until the tenure ends by March 2017? For your information, I will be travelling abroad by May 2017. Do you think I will be blacklisted to go overseas? Really need your advice. Regards.

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                              • RinggitPlus

                                Hi Sean,

                                If a car is still under your name, it doesn't matter who pays for it or who's driving. The bank considers the one not paying for 6 months to be you.
                                And if he doesn't make payments until the tenure is up, it's highly likely that you'll end up with a bad credit score :(

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                              • NIA

                                Hi, I'd ptptn loan and start to pay on January 2016. I started to pay several months late from exact date. I applied for credit card using ringgit plus but rejected due to bad repayment history. But from January to date i'd never late to pay for the ptptn. Kindly advise how do I appy for credit card but will not be rejected. Thanks

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                              • Ric

                                Hi,
                                I've been blacklisted due to my over limit credit card. Been left it there for months without paying any cent and last I decided to call my bank to settle it by installment, yes they offer me a 12 months installment plan and I've started to pay it . My question is, since I've been blacklisted and it's hard for me to apply any card, will paying these monthly will help up in my credit score before the amount fully settled? For example can I still try to apply any card after 6 months paying these installment on time even still haven't fully settle the amount I owe?

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                                • RinggitPlus

                                  Hi Ric,

                                  Since your loan is still yet to be paid off in full, it's possible your CCRISS status may not be that healthy yet.
                                  Rest assured however, that since your payments are always being recorded, it's possible that banks may begin to open up to your applications. You can still try to apply for loans and see if you get approval.
                                  We hope this helps!

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                                • Nad

                                  Hi, I just make the full settlement with my credit card, and the status in ccris not yet cleared as my bank say, it will takes times to clear the status due to my credit card already fall under legal action. who are the correct person did I need to contact to fasten the process of clear up the status in ccris.
                                  And I got issue with my PTPTN as well, even though I pay every month, it still appear in ccris as legal action? can I have some advise on this, whether I can still apply for personal loan, if I can provide the settlement letter from bank due to my credit card and still have ccris issue for PTPTN?
                                  Thank you :)

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                                  • RinggitPlus

                                    Hi Nad,

                                    Your loan getting approved or not wholly depends on the discretion of the bank at the end of the day. So you can still try to use the settlement letter from the bank to make a stronger case.
                                    As for your PTPTN still appearing as "legal action" on your CCRIS, you may need to find out what is it about that loan that's causing that by contacting them directly. We hope this helps!

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                                  • Vina

                                    Hi
                                    2 month ago done full settlement for all bad dept may I able to apply loan? Or have to wait 12 month to clear ctos history? If yes any alternative way to apply loan

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                                    • Vina

                                      So can apply loan thru ringgitplus

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                                      • RinggitPlus

                                        Hi Vina,

                                        You can apply for your loan right away if you can prove that you've settled all your loans. Some banks may look at that and decide to approve your application. Of course, it's better if you wait for your CTOS score to change, but you can still apply before that.

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                                      • Liza Joseph

                                        Hi, i have close my asb loan from RHB bank long time ago..but it my suprise that my name still active in bank negara list.Check with RHB bank they said account already close..so what the problem now and where i have to clear this issue

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                                        • RinggitPlus

                                          Hi Liza,

                                          This sounds like you have to talk to Bank Negara directly. Use your bank statement that proves your inactivity from RHB and bring it to BNM to help properly clear the matter. We hope this helps!

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                                        • Jay Jay Rawther

                                          i am being blacklisted because i sold my car and the buyer did not make the transfer and applied for a new loan. He in fact just continued paying the loan under my name. But he was late a few times and now my name is blacklisted. However, now he wants to settle the full amount. Will my name automatically be removed from the blacklisted list?

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                                          • RinggitPlus

                                            Hi Jay Jay,

                                            As long as all your debts + interest have been paid off, you should no longer be blacklisted. However, that process of removing your name from the blacklist will take some time.
                                            If you plan on taking some loans while waiting for your name to be unblacklisted, we recommend you bring a note, document, or some proof of receipt that shows you've paid your commitments in full. We hope this helps!

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                                          • Josh

                                            Can I know which bank will approve personal loan for those who are still enrolled with AKPK?

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                                            • RinggitPlus

                                              Hi Josh,

                                              If you're still enrolled with AKPK because of bad credit, it's not very likely that a bank will approve of your personal loan application.
                                              But you can still apply and find out for yourself.
                                              We hope this helps!

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                                            • Aini

                                              Hi , my name is blacklisted on CCRIS and CTOS, however I started paying on month basis to clear off the debts. On my CCRIS I am settling my termloan (after converting from Credit Cards O/s) . How long will it take my name to be off the blacklist? Or do i need to wait until my loan is paid off?

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                                              • RinggitPlus

                                                Hi Aini,

                                                Even after you settle your payment, your credit standing may still not look that good.
                                                Typically you have to clear all your outstanding debts and continue being a good paymaster for a few months before you record can be clean again.
                                                We hope this helps!

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                                              • Allai

                                                Hi,
                                                I was blacklisted for car loan,i bought 1 car last 5 years ago and after i using around 2 years i have a financial problem and cannot pay 3 months installment. After 3 months i receive call from bank saying bank already issue letter for taking back the car and the same day my parents paying for the 3 months installment. After this case i pay the installment every month on time until now but my problem now is, when i apply personal loan at rhb their staff saying my name is blacklist at BNM.I go to BNM print the report and found that the bank has issued a letter of withdrawal few years ago. Very funny when i go to the bank(hire purchase) and their saying i dont have problem with my loan,no outstanding payment but i have blacklisted at BNM. After few days i get the contact number their hq at kuala lumpur and asking about my problem and from their hq i understand the withdrawal of cars on the exit must be paid. I paid the amount to the bank same day but why my name is still there and why the bank branches cannot check at their system. Thank you and i need solution for my case.

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                                              • welly

                                                yes thats true. so what ever we do we need to take responsible....eventhought we'r late to pay but we still need to pay....and this is always happen

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                                                • Mihai

                                                  Misleading to say that Bank Negara Malaysia blacklists borrowers. You explained that it is not a literal blacklist in the article, but the title of the article does not make that clear. Don't confuse the public. Many banks use this 'excuse' when they reject loan applications. The title of this article will just prolong this misunderstanding.

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                                                • Mihai

                                                  The title of the article is misleading. Bank Negara Malaysia does not blacklist borrowers. Although you've explained that it is not a literal blacklist in the article, the title isn't clear. Some banks have been using this 'excuse' when they reject loan applications. The title of your article will not help to clear this confusion.

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                                                  • Ringgitplus

                                                    Hi Mihai, thanks for your comment. I am sorry you found this unhelpful.

                                                    We used the term blacklist in the title because this is what the public describes it as - inside the article, as you pointed out, we explicitly explained that it isn't a blacklist and it is just a record of transactions. We hope our readers will read the article and not just the title if they really want to understand the system and clear their bad credit records.

                                                    As for the issue of banks, yes, banks will use your bad payment history to reject applications. We have another article dealing with why banks reject applications, if you're keen to find out more: https://ringgitplus.com/en/blog/Debt-Management/5-Reasons-Why-a-Bank-May-Consider-You-a-Risky-Customer.html

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                                                  • Nico

                                                    How about borrowers with/under AKPK programmed? Especially for those who make housing loan and restructure under AKPK? Definitely, it'll never be pay loan in full.

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                                                    • Ringgitplus

                                                      Hi Nico, thanks for your question.

                                                      If you are still paying a loan, even with the help of AKPK restructuring, the details of which should still appear on your record. Although, there is no bar to you applying for other loans - having records with AKPK restructuring may make banks consider you a risky borrower in the event you apply for new credit.

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                                                    • samp

                                                      wanner apply creadit card but blacklisted. What can i do now

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                                                      • Ringgitplus

                                                        Hi samp, as explained in the article, it is not a blacklist but a record of loans you've taken. If you have not paid any of these loans, the information will show on your record and banks will often deny you further credit.

                                                        The only way is to pay off your outstanding loans or talk to your bank about how to settle what you owe them. Good luck!

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                                                      • Puthan

                                                        Hi i has paid my car instalment lately everymonth ..but now i plan to make full settelment of the loan because i plan to buy house..is that reflected my late payments In BNM report after full settelments or its will clear.pls advice me.thanks

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                                                        • Ringgitplus

                                                          Hi Puthan, since the record is a statement of all your loans and payments; the late payment will show (see the image of what a record looks like above!) but it will also show that you've paid your loan in full and this should improve how your credit history looks to banks.

                                                          However, to be sure, we highly recommend that you go to Bank Negara and obtain a copy of your report to see for yourself. https://ringgitplus.com/en/blog/Banking-Basics/Getting-Your-Credit-Report-CCRIS-From-Bank-Negara.html

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                                                        • Robin

                                                          Hi, i have already settled my bad debit loan in full..few month back. I was having difficulties in opening a new account for my salary payment with a bank, even there was a discard letter given to me. because the bank said my name is still in the system as blacklisted. Is my status still listed as blacklisted, even I have settled my debt loan? Please help. TQ.

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                                                          • RinggitPlus

                                                            Hi Robin, as mentioned there isn't a blacklist. It may be that your discharge was not recorded with Bank Negara. You can take your Letter of Discharge to Bank Negara and check if your CCRIS statement has been updated. If it has been updated then you can bring the updated statement to your bank. Hope that helps.

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                                                          • Jeff Lim

                                                            Hi, if I not remember wrongly I have MBF CARD few years ago and outstanding 34k from my credit limit is 15k. Eventually they ask for 28k for full statement. And I paid in full amount. Today another call from EON bank, on be half of hong Leong, I was told my card outstanding is 19k and they offer me 8k to full statement which my card limit is only 3k. Should I pay the 8k to settle or better way to ask for negotiations?

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                                                            • RinggitPlus

                                                              Hi Jeff, if your earlier payment was accepted as full settlement - do you have the letter of discharge from the bank stating as much? If you do have the letter stating that you paid RM28K in full settlement of the RM34K you can negotiate with the bank. If not, it will be hard to dispute and you may have to pay the remaining amount.

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                                                            • f

                                                              Hi. I have been black listed since year 1995 until now due to fraud cases. How can I clear my name from the list. Thank you.

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                                                            • May

                                                              My brother have been black listed since year 2010, how can i help him to clear his name from the list.

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                                                              • RinggitPlus

                                                                Hi May,

                                                                Firstly, let us clarify that there is no such thing as a blacklist. What your brother may have is some outstanding loans that he has not paid (or perhaps he has stood guarantor for someone who has not paid) and this record is affecting his application with the banks. He will need to get a copy of his credit report and find out which banks he owes and how much.

                                                                Unfortunately, there is no way to clear it beyond paying the banks what he owes. If he cannot repay, he can seek the assistance of AKPK provided he is eligible for their Debt Restructuring Scheme (http://www.akpk.org.my/services/debt-management/service-introduction). Hope that helps.

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                                                              • Yao

                                                                My credit cards had overdue for few months ago.. And I didn't pay the minimum payment sometimes.. If I fully settle all the overdue for all the credits cards.. Will it be easier for me to apply personal loan in short period of time?or I need to wait another few months to wait for update?

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                                                                • RinggitPlus

                                                                  Hi, Yao! It's important to pay off your commitments on time and yes, once you do, it makes it easier to apply for loans. But you would still have to wait at least a month until your clean credit record is reflected in your credit report.

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                                                                • Muhammad Adam

                                                                  Hi,honestly I'm a bad ,really bad paymaster.My credit cards loan and personal loan since 2008 never been paid.When print out the ccris report from Bnm, those credit report were not there in the report.It has just gone .Is it mean that ,my debt has been cleared of without my knowledge.Perhaps I doubted ,my dad did the settlement ,unfortunately he is is no longer with me.Just tried to apply car loan ,but the bank rejected saying I'm blacklisted.Well,how actually to determined that I m totally cleared for my previous debt ,as ccris report shows none.Kindly advice.Tq

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                                                                  • RinggitPlus

                                                                    The only way to know whether or not you still owe money, is to get a letter or printed report from CCRIS. Alternatively, you can check with the bank directly whether or not you're still indebted.

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                                                                  • Tamo

                                                                    Hi everyone ,
                                                                    Just need to confirm , i dont have pending payment at any bank , just have monthly payment for the car loan and Bnk personal loan , payment was perfectly
                                                                    no any oustanding due payment for this 2 loans. Also check on ccris also showing no blacklist , payment also each month " 0 ". My problem is , why if i apply
                                                                    for any credit cards always rejected?. when re-check with the applying bank said , pls check at BNM maybe having outstanding payment. when go the BNM , they said no problem to apply anything from bank. WHAT IS BANK EXPECTATION for applying cards or loan?

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                                                                  • Mohana

                                                                    Hi
                                                                    I have an outstanding for credit card and I am going to settle this in full. Once done can I get discharge letter because I have applied for a bank loan and according to them my name under ccris. If I get the discharge letter can I pass to to them for further review.

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                                                                    • RinggitPlus

                                                                      Yes, you can. Passing the letter to them for their review can definitely help your chances in getting your bank loan approved. It's still under the bank's discretion of course.

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                                                                    • Sn

                                                                      Hi, my saving acc had been froze due to overdue car loan payments which i am the guarantor .if i wanna apply a personal loan to settle the outstanding loan amount,will it be approved?

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                                                                    • IVN

                                                                      Hi good day,

                                                                      I would like to enquiry when is the exact date our CCRIS being updated monthly in Bank Negara? (some of them saying every 10th / 15th of the month, not sure which).

                                                                      In order to make my record clean without any credit card outstanding, I have paid up all credit card outstanding amount this month (even the statement not out).

                                                                      Would like to know best time for me to apply loan so that when the bank do checking, they will see "zero" credit card outstanding.

                                                                      Appreciate you help. Thank you.

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                                                                      • RinggitPlus

                                                                        Hi IVN,

                                                                        We can't be sure as there's likely no exact date on when BNM renews their records.
                                                                        We recommend paying off your commitments ahead of time for a few months before applying for anything with the bank to really ensure that your record looks good.
                                                                        Hope this helps!

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                                                                      • Curious...

                                                                        Hi,
                                                                        I was blacklisted for credit card usage since 2005 but I've managed to clear all the outstanding and bad debts. Any chance for me to get a housing loan with a good EA form support? I have quite a decent salary now and it is five figures. IS there anything I can do to gain back my credit rating?

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