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Every person, who deals with credits and loans, faces with a credit score. A credit score is a specific number that is calculated with a mathematical formula with a help of your credit history information that can initiate an approval of a credit or vice versa refusal. FICO score is the most popular credit score, which is used by most of the financial bureaus. It covers numbers from 300 to 850. FICO credit score is a generally accepted standard.

As it was said before, a credit score can influence the outcome of your loan application. A good credit score starts from 700. This number means that your chances of getting a credit increase and the terms as well as conditions of the credit will more likely be flexible. Furthermore, you receive a chance to get a lower interest. Nevertheless, it’s important to remember that a good credit score isn’t a 100% guarantee of the credit approval. It just brings you closer to the desirable outcome.

If your credit score is bad and you badly need to change the situation, make sure you have already paid off your debts. If you still have a debt and can’t pay it off, try, at least, not to apply for new loans until you pay off the rest.

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