As the months pass, the buzz around credit scores has grown.
And now, we know why.
The buzz is based on two things: A lot of people are spending a lot of time analyzing the scores and the scores are a big part of the credit score.
And the credit scores that they are putting out are also often bad.
To understand how these two factors impact each other, let’s go over the two biggest credit score-related topics: how much of your score is based in the credit history and how much is based entirely on your credit history.
And that’s why we’ve created an infographic to show you exactly what the credit histories of our members are, what their credit scores are, and how you can score them back.
Credit scores are not your score A credit score is only one of many pieces of information you’ll have to account for when applying for a loan, a credit card, or for a job.
The credit history is the second piece.
Your credit history includes: your personal information, such as your name, address, phone number, and email address