What Is A Good Score On Experian – Tips To Choose The Best Company
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Experian boost is a feature where Experian allows you to connect your bank history to show that you can pay bills on time. In return, they increase your score if the information they collect is believed to show that you are consistently paying your bills on time. As you’ll see in the video, I went through and signed up for Experian boost which only took a few minutes and was able to increase my credit score. Increasing your credit score helps you pay less in interest on loans and you will generally get lower interest rates. Knowing your credit score and improving any which way (legally) is a good thing.
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