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A FICO Score is the most commonly used credit score model throughout the United States. It began being used in 1989 and has grown to be used by the majority of bank and credit grantors.
Your FICO score is based on the credit files by the three largest credit bureaus, Experiena, Equifax and TransUnion. Each of these bureaus may contain different information, your FICO score is calculated by the information received from the bureau. The FICO score helps the creditors predict how likely you will be make your payments on time The higher your FICO score, the higher line of credit you may be given.
Your FICO Score is made up of several factors:
There are actions that can hurt your score including:
There are several things you can do to help improve your credit score, including: