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Jerry Said,
October 17th, 2007 @2:49 am  

interesting. i don’t think we have that in australia. every bank has their own internal calculations and more likely than not, if you don’t fit the bill you get denied rather than given the option to pay a higher rate.


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Jeremy Said,
December 12th, 2007 @11:47 am  

I used the annual credit report site but it didn’t have my score for free. You have to pay for the actual score.

That being said, it is worth it to buy the score. Without it, the report is kinda gibberish.

February 23rd, 2008 @8:00 am  

Hi, just remember that checking your credit report at annualcreditreport.com does not give you your fico score, you’ve got to pay to see that

livescore Said,
March 22nd, 2008 @5:21 am  

Thank you for publishing this article, I was sad to read it, but it was worth it.

Kyle Said,
July 29th, 2008 @11:52 pm  

This is great info especially the average score this is info that is very difficult to find. The breakdown of the monthly payment really shows the difference a low FICO score can make.

Kameron Said,
February 24th, 2009 @4:48 am  

The systems to predict Fico score are getting smarter and smarter everyday, therefore the best practice to increase your Fico would be a sound financial behavior like paying bills on-time and not getting so much debt, etc.

March 14th, 2009 @2:39 pm  

The auto loan example shows only a little money you will save by having a good credit score. If you that mortgage example and then your credit card the amount of money becomes extremely large.

mouseolympics Said,
March 4th, 2010 @4:28 pm  

There is a great chart in this article that shows what information your FICO score is based on http://www.askprimerica.com/why-your-credit-score-matters/

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