Credit scores are important. Low scores mean little or no credit. Higher scores means abundant credit, often at lower interest rates. It’s important then to get and maintain a high credit score.
A lot has been written on how to improve credit scores. But what data points are not considered? You might be surprised to learn that certain things do not count at all.
According to credit industry insiders, these five things do not affect your credit score.
If your credit score is too low by your standards, call or email to schedule a “Get Out of Debt Planning Session.”
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