The Bank of Canada Left September Interest Rate Unchanged: What Does That Mean for Borrowers?
This post is guest written by Penelope Graham of Zoocasa. Good news for borrowers of floating-rate mortgages: The Bank of Canada (BoC), our nation’s central bank, has left its trend-setting Overnight Lending Rate at 1.5% for the month of September, meaning your… Read More
Bank Of Canada Hikes Key Interest Rate – What You Need To Know
The Bank of Canada (BoC) raised its key interest rate from 1.25% to 1.50% on Wednesday. This is the bank’s fourth increase in the last year. Here’s what you need to know. What is the key interest rate? This interest… Read More
It’s Been Two Years Of Free Credit Scores!
At Borrowell, we’re big on celebrations. Whether it be birthdays at the office, promotions, or company anniversaries – we’re always ready with balloons and cake in hand. So what’s so special about June 20th? On June 20th, 2016, Borrowell became… Read More
5 Questions With Eva Wong About Borrowell’s New TV Spot: ‘Home Birth’
If you’ve ever felt anxious when it comes to your finances, more specifically your credit score, Borrowell – Canada’s leading credit monitoring company – has a new commercial just for you. The commercial features a young couple in the midst… Read More
You Can Now Monitor Your Credit Score More Often: Our Response To The Equifax Security Incident
Last week, we posted a blog informing our members of the Equifax security incident that affected 143 million Americans. Today, Equifax confirmed that the incident has affected approximately 100,000 Canadian consumers. The information that was compromised included names, Social Insurance… Read More
Equifax Hack Data Breach: What you can do about it in Canada
You may have heard the news about the Equifax data breach. At Borrowell, we believe in helping Canadians make great decisions about credit – and this means being as transparent and helpful as possible. We’ve been in contact with Equifax… Read More
What do Canadians need to know about the Equifax Data Breach?
What happened? Equifax, the credit bureau Borrowell uses to provide free credit scores, announced on Thursday that it was the subject of a large-scale data breach. This breach has reportedly affected 143 million Americans, as well as an unknown number… Read More
Consumer lending rates jump after Bank of Canada hike: but what does this mean for you?
The Bank of Canada (BoC) raised its trendsetting interest rate from 0.75% to 1% on Wednesday, prompting Canada’s “Big Five Banks” to increase prime consumer lending rates. Effective Thursday, RBC, BMO, TD, Scotiabank, and CIBC will all increase prime lending… Read More
Borrowell Raises $57 Million in Funding from Major Investors
It’s an exciting time at Borrowell, to say the least! Today we announced we’ve raised $57 million in a Series A round of funding as we expand our free credit score, loan offerings, and other financial products to help more… Read More
July 21, 2017News
Why Is My Credit Score Different With Borrowell?
So you heard about Borrowell’s credit score service and decided to try it out. Woo hoo! Just one problem. You sign up online, only to discover that your score is different than when you checked your score directly with Equifax,… Read More