Your credit score is a numerical representation of your statistical likelihood to repay credit that is extended to you. Scores range from 300-850. Your score is a “snapshot” of a specific moment and can change with new actions and the passage of time. Until recently, the secrets of credit score calculation have been very closely guarded. We can now estimate how your score is put together.
» Learn the breakdown of how payment history, amount owed, credit history length, new credit and types of credit can affect your credit score.
» Tipping the Scales in your Favor.
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