DID YOU KNOW?
Your credit score is created using a mathematical formula that measures data from your credit report. Credit scores evaluate your payment behavior, debt levels and credit history. Factors like income, race and gender are not measured in the scoring process. Credit scoring systems are used by lenders, insurers, landlords, employers and utility companies to evaluate your credit behavior. Having a high credit score will help you receive the best rates on new credit and loans.
There are several factors taken into account that help determine your credit score. The factors making the largest impact are listed above. Remember that these factors vary in how strongly they impact your credit score. For example, if you have a very high credit score, the negative factors in your analysis are likely to have a small impact on your credit. For very low credit scores, the opposite is true in that negative factors have a very large impact on your credit. #Crediteducation #CreditRestoration #Deletenegativeitemsfromyourreport #click on link above