If your credit score has been stuck in a rut the past few months, we’re going to show you a 9 ways in which you can build a credit score fast.
Understanding how your credit score is calculated can help you to improve it and make better financial decisions. Below we’ll look at how credit bureaus calculate your credit score.
You recently got your credit score from more than one credit bureau or credit bureau partner. But you also noticed that it differs from one credit bureau to another. Why does it differ? Don’t they all keep the same information? Is this some mistake?
What is considered a good credit score? What is a bad credit score? If you want to know what your credit score is? Read our full guide to understanding your credit report?
In this series, we've tackled the credit health topic, helping you understand all things credit! In this post, we're looking at how the MyFincheck Credit Score Tool will help you build a better financial future!
In this post, we're looking at common misconceptions and questions people have about their credit scores.
By managing your credit profile effectively, you can ensure your image and profile is kept to a high level of quality and is viewed favourably by lenders or other organisations when they decide whether to lend to you.
In this post, we'll dig a bit deeper into your credit report and where all this information comes from!
Simply put, a credit score reflects a score summary of all your financial decisions. It is often used by lenders, such as home loan and personal loan companies, to make accurate decisions on whether they should lend to you or not.
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