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BAD APPLES - October 28, 2007
FINGERS ARE BEING POINTED at a "P" category as high-risk debtors in Barbados and other Caribbean countries. Politicians, public sector employees, police, practitioners such as doctors and lawyers, the Press, pensioners and even pastors and priests make up the group being listed as The Risky P - simply put, high-risk debtors who fail to pay their bills or don't pay on time.
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DEEP IN DEBT -  October 19, 2007

INCREASING NUMBERS of Barbadians from all walks of life are finding themselves in high levels of debt.They owe on credit cards, hire purchase accounts, rent, vehicle payments, loans, and for other miscellaneous goods and services. Bianca Williams, managing director of Caribbean Credit Bureau, formerly CrediChek, told the WEEKEND NATION that even though 65 per cent of Barbadians had relatively good credit ratings the delinquency rate was still as high as 51 per cent.

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Bianca's a Credit to Bureau - July 11, 2007

BIANCA KEVERNE WILLIAMS is the new chief executive officer of the Caribbean Credit Bureau Ltd (CCBL). She graduated from the University of the West Indies, Cave Hill Campus, Barbados, with first class honours (BSc.) in economics and accounting.

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Bureau at work on uniform credit rating - February 12, 2007

BIANCA KEVERNE WILLIAMS is the new chief executive officer of the Caribbean Credit Bureau Ltd (CCBL). She graduated from the University of the West Indies, Cave Hill Campus, Barbados, with first class honours (BSc.) in economics and accounting.
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Beware of 'frauds who island-hopí - February 12, 2007

Beware of 'frauds who island-hop'. Financial institutions are being warned not to be defrauded of thousands of dollars by island-hopping business criminals. Acting chief executive officer of the Caribbean Credit Bureau, Bianca Williams said. FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS are being warned not to be defrauded of thousands of dollars by island-hopping business criminals.
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Top rating for Bajans - June 04, 2006

BARBADIANS have the best credit payment history in CARICOM. And with this reputation, they will be well placed to take advantage of any opportunities in the region when the CARICOM Single Market and Economy (CSME) becomes a reality.
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CCBL Announces New St. Lucia Credit Bureau

We have just launched our new St. Lucia credit bureau, in partnership with the St. Lucia Chamber of Commerce, Industry & Agriculture.
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