Your credit score is derived from a system used by lenders in order to approve you for credit. The scoring is calculated through analysis of your history as a bill-payer.
The following factors make up your credit scores:
Type and number of accounts open
Timely bill payment
Amount of available credit used
Whether you have collections
Debt amounts outstanding
The overall age of credit accounts
Your score represents creditworthiness in the eyes of creditors. The score lets the inquiring lender gauge the likelihood they’ll be repaid. Credit reports are also evaluated for some jobs, insurance policies, and utility providers.
For practical answers to questions about credit reports, credit score, and the importance of protecting personal credit histories, visit the following link:
This guide provides information on the content of a credit report, how a credit score is used, and the role of credit bureaus in collecting and
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