Is 746 A Good Credit Score – 7 Secrets of a Perfect 850 Credit Score!
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What is the formula for a perfect credit score? How to get a perfect credit score
People always ask “How can I get a perfect credit score?” The truth is anything above 760 will get you the very best rates in lending. If you make it above 800 the only benefit that you could get is a slightly better insurance rate. What is the formula for a perfect credit score? I’ve seen a few perfect credit scores seen a few that we’re almost there. I think the ones that are close to perfect tell a very interesting story. 7 steps to the perfect 850 credit score; http://thecreditguy.tv/7-steps-for-the-perfect-credit-score/
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