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A credit score is a statistical number that evaluates a consumer’s creditworthiness and is based on the individual’s credit history. It is an instant decision making tool that helps to reduce the time and cost associated with processing and underwriting credit applications.

Portfolio Monitoring Review (PMR)

The PMR report gives you an overview of your portfolio’s (internal and external) activity and performance over a specific time or period. The performance charts display the historical credit value and statistics of your portfolio as well as its performance.


iRemedy is a platform that allows authenticated users (financial and Non-financial institutions) edit records and also generate reports using a maker-checker system. The processes and status of operations can also be monitored and checked on the platform.


Generate Credit Report

FirstCentral Credit Bureau offers credit reports, credit scores, and daily monitoring. Check your updated credit report and always know where your credit stands. Input your BVN and get your score.

Introducing the FirstCentral F-ALERT SMS/ EMAIL system. Get access to information on customer’s loan scoring and reports via SMS with analysis of the impact of non-repayments straight through your gadgets. F-ALERT aims to convince customers to pay up outstanding sums and improve their credit score.

This medium reaches the customer directly, and educates them on the impact of late/non-repayment of their loans hence improving repayment without breaching the privacy law

Firstcentral New Enquiry Portal is now BETA with features that makes the experience worth your while.

Introducing: Enhanced performance, speed, and accuracy, Forgot password feature, Change password Feature, Live chat, individual and organization search history, Easy access to DUD Cheque portal and many more… Migrate from our Classic Portal to the new BETA enquiry portal today.

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  • Improve my credit score
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  • Check my credit score
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Credit Worthy?

Credit Worthiness reflects a person’s, company’s, or entity’s ability to pay back a debt.


Credit Ratings?

A credit rating is an assessment of the creditworthiness of a borrower in general terms.


What's Your Value?

Your values are the things that you believe are important in the way you live and work.

Need Credit?

Most people know they need a good credit score, but often do not understand why.


We are pleased to inform you that FirstCentral Credit Bureau Limited held its informative webinar themed: “Harnessing The Benefits Of Cashless Policy On Credit Allocation In A Developing Nation” on the 13th of April, 2023. Click the button below to watch replay.

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Since I started using FirstCentral Credit Bureau my clients have been very happy at our reporting system which has on turn boost our customer base.

FirstCentral reports are concise, detailed and easy to understand. This has become a critical part of our risk management process, enabling us to effectively grow our revenues while managing the risk of doing so.

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