The Credit Services Association gives this advice:
“No. A property is not blacklisted. The individual taking out the credit will have data attached to their personal credit file if they default on their credit agreement. However, if this is due to fraudulent activity, you will need to check your own credit file to make sure that any associated links are removed. To do this, please contact the Credit Reference Agencies”.
Credit Services Association – Consumer Advice
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