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Credit.com and FreeScore.com offer charts that define the various classifications within the credit score spectrum and outline the implications of having a score within each part of the range, note Credit.com and FreeSco... More »

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Your FICO chart breaks down into five categories, from most to least important: payment history, amounts owed, length of credit history, new credit and types of credit used. Each of those categories weighs your score dif... More »

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A credit score is a way to measure a person?s credit risk based on factors from their credit history. The most common score used by businesses was developed by the Fair Isaac Company, and it is known as a FICO score. An ... More »

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Consumers with excellent credit rating have credit scores from 781 to 850, notes Credit.com. Good credit scores range from 661 to 780, while fair ratings are from 601 to 660. Poor credit is from 501 to 600 while a bad cr... More »

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Credit score simulators include the Capital One Credit Tracker, FICO Score Simulator, CreditXpert What-if Simulator and Credit Score Estimator hosted by Credit.com. Interactive simulators allow individuals to learn how t... More »

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A credit score of 690 is in the upper range of what is typically considered fair credit, according to Credit.com. A good credit score is between 700 and 749, while an excellent credit score is one above 750. More »

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You can obtain your free instant credit score at Credit.com, according to the website. Credit.com does not require you to enter credit card information, and you can receive your score every 30 days. More »

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