If you check another person's credit information, it is important to handle the obtained information carefully. The information must not be disclosed or told to a third person or party. It is also forbidden to publish the information in any way. Because personal credit information may only be checked for purposes pertaining to law, the inquirer of the information must also at a later date be able to give the reason for the credit information inquiry. If the inquired person has credit information entries, they can, when they so wish, get information on who has asked their information and when.