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Rod Griffin May 16
A1: Credit scores aren't only about credit. They also help qualify for a lease, utilities, cell phone service. . .
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Rod Griffin May 16
It is a glorious sunny, hot spring day in Texas! A perfect day to talk about credit and financial inclusion!
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Jo Ann Barefoot May 16
A4: It's easy to get onto a slippery slope where small shortfalls snowball into significant debt.
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Rod Griffin May 16
A1: Credit scores are a measure of your financial well being. Good scores suggest financial health.
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LendUp May 16
the good news is that there are more ways to identify creditworthy borrowers than before, so that you're more than your score
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Rod Griffin May 16
A2: Having no credit or poor credit is expensive. Understanding how to use credit saves money and drives financial success.
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Experian May 16
What is considered a good credit score? How can you improve your subprime credit score? Join the conversation today and learn a few tips to help!
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Rod Griffin May 16
A11: Your credit report reflects the past. You can change what it looks like in the future.
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Jo Ann Barefoot May 16
A8 The LendUp/Exeperian study is very valuable and we need much more on how to enable sound but more inclusive ways of evaluating credit for people with low scores or no scores.
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Experian May 16
Q1: Why is it important to know and pay attention to your credit score?
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Experian May 16
Q3: How does a poor credit score impact your financial future?
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Experian May 16
Q8: A recent study with LendUp highlighted the impact of reporting alternative credit data in a subprime borrower's file. Do you think it had a positive or negative impact?
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Experian May 16
Q5: What should you do if you discover that your credit score falls in the subprime category?
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DebtWave May 16
A1: Credit reports are not error proof, meaning you should request a copy of your credit report annually so you know what is being reported. It will not affect your score to request and check your own credit report
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Julie Piatek 11h
Join & tomorrow at 2 p.m. CST for a on smart car buying strategies.
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LendUp May 16
A2: Lenders use it to judge how “credit-worthy” you are before deciding whether to give you a line of credit. Your history may be used to determine your interest rate, how much to lend, etc. Landlords or employers may also request a copy of your credit report.
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Lisa Servon May 16
A4 There are many reasons why people may have poor credit scores, and many of these are not the fault of the individuals. Problem 1: mistakes on your credit report!
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Experian May 16
Q7: How can someone with a poor credit score begin to rebuild?
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Rod Griffin May 16
A7: Two keys to credit scores: catch up on late payments and reduce credit card debt. A little at a time will yield big results.
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Credit Builders Alliance (CBA) May 16
A11: Credit building is a marathon not a sprint! With time and dedication you build a positive score and reap the rewards!
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