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When you apply for any type of credit, the opposite party will check one thing: your FICO score. This score will tell them all they need to know about lending you money, selling you an item on credit, or approving a loan. So if this FICO score is so important, donít you want to know how yours looks right now?

Itís super easy for your credit score to be compromised by credit bureaus. Thatís because TransUnion and Experian donít synchronize their credit scores with those of FICOóor with each other for that matter. This soon generates confusion about whether or not your credit is good or bad. Unfortunately for you, most will side with caution. The credit score industry is not as well regulated as you may think. For this reason, your credit score may end up with lots of little errors that hinder your buying power.
Blog ID : 176527
Category : Finance
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Date Added : 31-3-2016