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Credit Score

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Lenders and banks use a credit score, calculated from information in your credit report. They use this score to determine if you can afford more credit and to ascertain if you are a good credit risk. The interest rates you get on loans and credit cards may be based entirely on a credit report. There are many types of credit scores, but the main one is FICO. FICO is calculated by software written by Fair Isaac and Company. You actually have 3 FICO credit scores. Each of the big three credit reporting agencies have a unique picture of your credit history, which is important to know when checking your credit report.

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