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Frequently Asked QUESTIONS

Frequently Asked QUESTIONS

A credit score is a number that summarizes the historical credit information on a credit report. The number reflects the likelihood that you will become delinquent on a loan or a credit obligation in the future.

Credit scoring models cannot generate a score without enough credit information. If you have little or no credit history, you probably will not have a credit score available.

Score factors are provided with a credit score to explain how items in your credit report influenced the score. These factors can help you understand which items had the greatest impact.

Your credit score changes as your credit report changes. Therefore, it can change often since new information is added to your credit report all the time.

Credit scores use information from three key areas of your credit report: account information (such as credit cards, and loans,), and inquiries (requests by lenders to view your credit).

Having too many credit cards with either high balances or large amounts of credit available can negatively impact risk scores, depending on the overall credit history.

Paying bills on time is generally the single most important contributor to a good credit score. Being late on any bill, for any length of time, is a possible indication of future non-payment of debt and is almost always viewed negatively by lenders.

No there are no shortcuts and it does not work like instant coffee. It's a gradual process and one has to work over a period of time to increase the score.

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