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820 Credit Score – Credit Score Range (300-850) Explained

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820 Credit Score – 8 Tips

Why do credit scores not start at 1 and go to 100? That would be so much more consumer-friendly, right? Join author and financial educator, Todd Christensen of Money Fit by DRS, for this 15-minute journey about why a credit score range is what it is and what it means.

Learn, above all, how to know if you have an excellent credit score or a bad credit score. The answer may surprise you. Learn more about the FICO model and how to improve your credit report here: https://moneyfit.org/blog/5-tips-to-improve-your-credit-score

Find a link to our upcoming LIVE webinar at https://moneyfit.org/live as well as our archive of past webinars at https://moneyfit.org/live-archive.

Money Fit is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit credit counseling agency providing debt management programs to consumers overwhelmed by high balances, high-interest rates, collection accounts, or all of the above.

After viewing this webinar, Certificates of Completion for this webinar are available at https://moneyfit.org/mf-live-certificate.

Call us today for help at (800) 432-0310. https://moneyfit.org/

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    July 29, 2021 at 7:44 pm

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