KUCHING: Malaysians will be able to track their financial credit position from the Central Credit Reference Information System (CCRIS) via the Internet soon, said Bank Negara Malaysia’s (BNM) Link and Regional Offices director, Datin Arlina Ariff.
“We are working on it and hope to start as early as next year,” she added.
She said currently, Malaysians could only obtain the CCRIS report by downloading it at BNM headquarters, or emailing the central bank at email@example.com.
“Those collecting the report need to bring along their identity cards and have a thumbprint verification done.
“They will receive their CCRIS report via email after one to two weeks,” she told reporters on the sidelines of the Sarawak Financial Carnival on Friday.
Arlina said the CCRIS report was not a blacklist, but summary of an individuals financial health status.