Three Ways to Improve Your Credit Score

Three Ways to Improve Your Credit Score

Credit providers use your credit score to determine the risk level of your credit application before either its approval or denial, aka your creditworthiness. A higher credit score is more likely to result in the credit being granted on favorable terms than a low...
Why You Should Always Keep a Good Credit Score

Why You Should Always Keep a Good Credit Score

Most borrowers hardly bother to check their personal credit record and understand their credit score before applying for a loan and risking more debt when they shouldn’t. According to a Credit Bureau Monitor report, less than 3% of the 24 million credit-active...
The BIG Financial Decisions that Impact Your Credit Score

The BIG Financial Decisions that Impact Your Credit Score

A credit score is a number indicative of your borrowing history and financial decisions to date, good or bad. Banks, financial institutions, retailers and other lenders use this credit score to assess loan affordability and potential risks based on your payment...
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