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Is a free credit score coming to a credit card statement near you? It is if major companies listen to the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau’s call to ensure all Americans have free and easily accessible access to their credit scores.
By Guillermo Rodriguez (Award Travel Points)
How do you get approved for more credit cards, instead of getting declined?
1. Know Your FICO Credit Scores. 571 more words
There are multiple credit scores out there, but the most common is your FICO score, which ranges from 300 to 850. A score of 780 or above is considered excellent and will land you the top deals available, while a 720 to 780 is strong but may not qualify you for the best rates, says John Ulzheimer, president of consumer education at SmartCredit.com. 896 more words
Are you facing problems in your life due to your bad credit report? There are thousands of people today who have the exact same problem. The consequences of having a bad credit report are severe and can cost you thousands of dollars in interest payments and mortgage loans. 559 more words