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Bank claims: Brians and Helens 'have best credit ratings'

Men called Brian could generally find it easier to make a loan claim than other people in the UK.

A new study from Confused.com revealed that males with this name typically have the best credit profiles, while those called Daniel have the worst.

On average, Helens have the best credit profile among females, while Lisas could have had difficulties meeting their credit card charges, as they have the poorest.

Furthermore, individuals with the surname of Thompson typically have the lowest credit scores, while Edwards have the best.

Young people generally have a worse credit profile than older men and women, with the average 18 to 24-year-old's falling four per cent below the national average and with people older than 65 typically achieving eight per cent above the norm.

"A good or bad score can have a number of implications, such as your likelihood of acceptance for credit cards and also loans and mortgages," head of credit cards at Confused.com Nerys Lewis said.

Amir Hussain
Amir specialises in personal loans, consumer debt and debt managementADNFCR-2776-ID-801467024-ADNFCR



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