ClearScore partners with Experian to give you access to your credit report and score.
Your credit score is affected by the accounts and credit history that are included in your credit report. You may have no recent changes to your credit report and so if this information hasn't changed much, your credit score may not change either.
Even if there has been a small change to your report, this might not be enough to have an impact on your score. Remember, building up your credit score takes time and you may not always see a satisfying boost month on month.
If there are no changes showing, this might be because Experian haven’t been informed us yet and so neither have we. Sometimes providers might take a while to inform Experian of any updates, which means Experian are also delayed in telling us.
It might also be worth checking out our Learn article which talks about the factors that affect your credit score: