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12 January 2012

Can I use a Notice of Correction when I can't financially disassociate myself from someone with a poor credit history?

I can't get new credit at the moment as I have a secured loan with an ex partner who is seriously defaulting on his debts. My credit history is pretty good. I rarely pay late and never miss payments. However, I can't financially disassociate from him as I'm not in a position to take out a similar loan to pay it off. Can I use a Notice of Correction to inform people of this and point out my actual history without his being taken into account?

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