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What is a Credit Score?
Most lenders use credit scores to determine your credit risk. Consumers have three credit scores, one for each of the three credit bureaus: Experian, TransUnion, and Equifax. Each score is based on information the credit bureau keeps on file about you, which is submitted by your creditor(s). Your credit score changes as the information on file changes.
Your credit score is determined based on the following categories:
The ranges for credit scores are as follows: