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How to check your CRB status in Kenya easily (Updated 2019)

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How to check your CRB status in Kenya

Metropol CRB

You can access CRB services from Metropol through Metropol website ,metropol crystobol app or by dialling *433#.

If you have chosen to register with metropol,then check out these steps;

How to check your CRB status in Kenya : Register With Metropol

You will Pay kes 50 as registration fees through the Paybill number 220388.

Enter your ID number as the account number.

You’ll get an SMS with your unique PIN
details, a Reference Number and a special Link

SEE: All CRB contacts and addresses in Kenya (Updated 2019)

How to check your CRB status in Kenya Access Metropol CRB services

After paying the registration fees ,now you’re allowed to check your CRB status.
You can choose to dial *433# and enter PIN and you’ll get your listing status through an SMS.

You can choose to use the metropol Crystobol app.Login and view you CRB status.

You can visit metropol website, Login and view your listing status.

There are other services which you can also get from Metropol.Note that after payment of the required fees,you’ll follow the same steps as checking your CRB status above.

Pay all the fees the same way you paid for registration.

Credit Score: Pay kes150.You are entitled to one free credit report in a year per annum only to get more than one report in a year.

Metropol gives a score between 200 and 900. Any score below 400 will mean you’re a defaulter and lender can’t give you loans. Any score above 400 will mean fair and lenders will give you loans with a lot of caution. Good credit score is any score near 900 and lenders will give you cheap loans.

Credit Report: Pay Sh. 250.This is a detailed report on how you interact with financial institutions.

Who listed you: Pay Sh. 50 to know who sent your name to the CRB.

Clearance Certificate: Pay Sh. 2,200. After clearing all your defaulted loans, you’ll be issued with a clearance certificate

How to check your CRB status in Kenya: TransUnion CRB

TransUnion CRB services can be accessed via SMS number 21272.

TranUnion Nipashe app and through TransUnion website. If you have chosen to register with TransUnion CRB then follow these steps;

Register with TransUnion

Send your full names to 21272

Enter your ID number

Choose CC (meaning Credit Status)

Receive your CRB status.

Good will mean a positive status(not blacklisted) while deafult will mean a negative status ( you are blacklisted)

Access Other TransUnion Services

Credit Report(CR): You are entitled to one free credit report in a year. Pay Sh. 650 to Paybill number 212121 and account number should be you ID to get more than one report in a year.

Clearance Certificate (CC): Pay Sh. 2, 200 to Paybill number 212121 and enter your ID number as the account number.

To get a clearance certificate, you’ll need to register on transunion website using an email address.

After payment claim your certificate by sending your Mpesa message to [email protected]

 How to check your CRB status in Kenya CreditInfo CRB

CreditInfo entirely works on the information they receive through emails.

but first you will be required to fill;

  • Online credit request form to obtain your certificate of clearance.
  • And if you feel that your Credit Report Contains incorrect information you will be asked to fill Credit report Dispute form.
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