KUALA LUMPUR: RAM Credit Information Sdn Bhd (RAMCI), a leading credit reporting agency, is offering the public three-months of complimentary credit-score monitoring to help individuals obtain better awareness of their credit health.
RAMCI CEO Dawn Lai said the initiative is timely to reinforce the importance of checking one’s credit health regularly and to maintain a good credit score, while at the same time, protecting against identity theft.
“July is Credit Health Month and this is part of RAMCI’s public awareness programme to empower Malaysians to take control of their financial health through active monitoring of their credit score,” she said at a briefing today.
“In order to facilitate this, we are giving Malaysians a complementary three-month trial of the JagaMyID package to experience and understand the benefits of a credit report and how a credit score reflects one’s financial standing,” Lai added.
She believes the three-month initiative will help customers understand the value of a credit report and how it benefits them in the long run.