CBCInnovis is a business that performs credit checks and analysis on behalf of banks, mortgage companies and other lenders. So if you applied for a loan in the past couple of years, seeing an inquiry from CBCInnovis on your credit report probably isn’t anything to worry about.
Finally, it’s worth noting that CBCInnovis and Innovis are separate businesses owned by the same parent company. That’s important because Innovis is considered by many to be the fourth major credit bureau. And CBCInnovis does not maintain a database of consumer credit information. It’s more like a middle man.
They're like a third party credit report provider. If a company wants to look at your file for an application, they can use companies like that to pull it for you. Mainly mortgage or loans and stuff. Check'em out here: https://www.cbcinnovis.com/consumer-assistance.html
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