29 Apr - 2 min read
Global information services firm Experian is offering a free 3-month subscription to its credit health monitoring programme, JagaMyID. You can redeem this free subscription between now and 15 May 2020.
The JagaMyID subscription offers you monthly updates on your credit score, personal credit profile updates, and access to CCRIS information regarding your credit cards, housing loans, car loans, personal loans, PTPTN loans, and other credit facilities. You will also be alerted of any legal suits or bankruptcy actions filed against you, as well as any defaulted payment reported by non-bank credit providers.
“We understand that the current situation has left many people worried about how they should be managing their finances and safeguarding their financial health,” said Experian. “With many of us increasingly relying on digital channels during this period of limited movement, you need to ensure you protect your identity too as you transact more online.”
According to Experian, there is no cap on the number of free subscriptions offered for the promotional campaign. All you need to do is subscribe to JagaMyID for the first time during the period of 15 April to 15 May 2020 – and be at least 18 years of age – to be eligible.
The JagaMyID subscription was initially priced at RM99 a year but is being offered at a reduced price of RM53 per year.
Besides the above promotion, Experian is offering a 50% discount off its Personal Credit Report Plus report with details of CCRIS and i-SCORE for existing JagaMyID subscribers. Meanwhile, Malaysian companies and small-medium enterprises can get a two-month free subscription to CrediTrack+, which offers business solutions for credit risk management, debt collection, and digital customer relationship management.
Sign up for your free 3-month subscription to JagaMyID here.
Subscribe to our exclusive weekly newsletter and we’ll bring you the week’s highlights of financial news, expert tips, guides, and the latest credit card and e-wallet deals.
Stay tuned for what’s to come next in the personal finance world