Buy a Car Plan

 

A GIF taken from an email sent to me in October 2017 by credit score service ClearScore. The email informed me of a new service offered by ClearScore, the Buy a Car Coaching Plan, which is designed to help people choose the right car finance plan and get them on the road to a new motor.

I cannot drive, so unfortunately this won’t be something I can take advantage of.

Credits: ClearScore via Outlook

Dreaming of getting on the property ladder?

 

I’m a dreamer, I must confess. I’m hoping to eventually at least part-buy a house after years of god-forsaken housesharing. I’ve managed to save a lot towards a deposit so far, but London property prices at an all-time high, I don’t know if I’ll realise this dream of being a homeowner/first-time buyer.

I received this GIF via email in late August.

Credits: ClearScore

Something new has landed at ClearScore

 

A GIF from a ClearScore email I received in July 2017, promoting their rejigged mobile phone app. There’s an iPhone showing the app in use. It looks very cool, although I haven’t downloaded it myself… yet. Notice also the subtly colour shifting gradients at the bottom of the GIF. Oddly satisfying.

Credits: ClearScore via Outlook

 

Say hello to your new financial coach

 

Another ClearScore GIF, this one more recent. I got this in March and there’s a happy customer walking her dog while skateboarding at the same time. Quite the multitasker. In the foreground, there is a smartphone screen showing a mock-up convo about the company’s Coaching service, to help people take control of their finances.

Credit: ClearScore

Climbing the credit score mountain

 

Another email GIF from credit scoring company ClearScore, which I received about two weeks ago. At one point, my credit score was not so great, thanks to debts taken on for family members and other financial issues not of my own making. But now, I’m steadily getting closer to the summit (of a good score) and have even taken out a credit card recently, an act that was impossible in those dark days.

Credits: ClearScore