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Tue Jan 11 07:34:16 GMT 2011
In article <20110110180656.GE6541 at sirena.org.uk>, Mark Brown
<broonie at sirena.org.uk> writes
>>I expect they would claim that the NI number helps
>> identify the individual, but Experian knows where I live and will have
>> no difficulty in matching my name and address to their credit records.
>Unless there are several different ways of writing your address in the
>various databases out there, in which case automated systems can have
>rather more trouble than is desirable.
All that's needed is for my name and address to be recognised by the
credit reference agencies. Even if there was a problem with that (which
there isn't) they could come back and ask for clarification if the check
returned "can't find him".
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