Win A Hotel Stay By Spotting The Pant-Vertisers

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Win A Hotel Stay By Spotting The Pant-Vertisers

Teams of pant-vertisers descend on London to show how it’s worth knowing 
ï‚·ï€ Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â With eight weeks to Christmas, Brits urged to check their financial health now 
ï‚·ï€ Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Figures suggest dramatic upsurge in people looking for their credit report over coming months

This is a sponsored post on behalf of CreditExpert.

Have you spotted a pant-vertiser? They're roaming London today in their underwear, highlighting the importance of being in the know when it comes to your finances. If you can find a pant-vertiser, and take a photo, you could win a luxury hotel stay for two.

These bare-legged unfortunates are wandering the streets of the capital on behalf of CreditExpert, apparently oblivious to their absent trousers, or that their skirts are tucked into their knickers.

They’re bringing to life the serious point behind CreditExpert’s current TV ad campaign with the speed dating scenario – which demonstrates it’s worth knowing what other people know about you – whether, as today, it is an unwitting wardrobe failure or how lenders view your credit history. Your credit report is the main source of information about you to lenders, so it's worth knowing what's on it. And with Christmas almost exactly two months away, now is the time to check your financial health – not in six weeks’ time after a last-minute application for a loan or store card has been turned down.

To enter: Spot a pant-vertiser in their branded #worthknowing underwear, let them know what they’ve forgotten and tweet a picture of them with the hashtag and you’ll be entered into a draw to win a weekend away for two at a luxury Malmaison hotel.

You can also enter by letting us know (via Twitter) what else you’ve found #worthknowing – from essential life skills like how to tie a bowtie to your most embarrassing moments, like sitting through a job interview with your flies undone or calling your date by the wrong name all evening.

Last Updated 27 October 2011