Launching – Aggregation Platform

Posted by Xenia Prakhova | 5 May

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We are pleased to announce that we have launched our new account aggregation platform, Incredo!

Our service is designed to assist credit providers in meeting their responsible lending obligations when it comes to analysing bank statements.

At Incredo we believe in working closely with our clients to produce products that you need, instead of providing you a service we assume you want. This is just one of the reasons we have decided to launch our beta version, and I would like to officially invite you to try it out for yourself.

Our new outlook and new approach in bank statement retrieval will set a new industry standard, we are working closely with industry professionals to ensure that our service is not only compliant with current legislation but will set a benchmark for all other account aggregators in the industry.

Incredo will exceed all your expectations in every aspect including features, speed, quality and price. To learn more or to book a demonstration please contact use the contact us facility available on this webpage.

 

Disclaimer: Incredo does not give financial advice. The information contained on this web site is intended to be generalist in nature, it does not take into account your personal situation or your financial needs, objectives and goals. You should carefully consider whether the information provided is applicable to you, and where appropriate, seek professional advice from a licenced financial adviser before acting on any information.

Xenia Prakhova

Xenia Prakhova is a strategic, multidisciplinary development manager with an eye for innovation and client satisfaction. Throughout her work experience Xenia has gained multiple skills in the areas of; design, marketing, social media, debt collection, banking practices, negotiation, networking, client management and new business development. These areas have expanded her knowledge in relation to understanding the laws and its regulators, including, but not limited to the National Consumer Credit Protection Act, the Credit Code, regulations governed by ASIC, Competition and Consumer Act and the Privacy Act.

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