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What is a credit score?
What are FICO® Scores?
What is a good FICO® Score?
What is the lowest and highest possible FICO® Score?
Are FICO® Scores the only risk scores?
Why are my scores at each of the three CRAs different?
Why is this FICO® Score different than other scores I’ve seen?
Why do FICO® Scores fluctuate / change?
What are the minimum requirements to produce a FICO® Score?
What are key score factors?
Who or what is FICO?
Does a FICO® Score alone determine whether I get credit?
How can I better understand my financial health?
How long will negative information remain on my credit files?
Do FICO® Scores change that much over time?
What if I’m turned down for credit?
How do I get my free credit report?
Can I transfer my credit files from another country to the US consumer reporting agencies?
Why did my lender lower my credit limit?
Will closing a credit card account impact a FICO® Score?
What’s the best way to manage my growing credit card debt?
The advantage of having more than one credit card
Disadvantages of having a large number of credit cards
Don’t forget about APRs
Are FICO® Scores unfair to minorities?
What are inquiries and how do they affect FICO® Scores?
Does applying for many new credit accounts hurt FICO® Scores more than applying for just a single new account?
Is there a best way to go about applying for new credit to minimize the effect to a FICO® Score?
Home, Auto, and Student Loans
How are FICO® Scores calculated for married couples?
Will spending less and saving more impact a FICO® Score?
If lenders have different lending requirements, how can I know if I qualify for affordable financing?
Can accounts that aren’t in my credit reports affect a FICO® Score?
Why is my FICO® Score not available?
How often will my score be refreshed?
Will receiving my FICO® Score from SunTrust impact my credit?
Why is my FICO® Score different than other scores I’ve seen?
How do I check my credit report?
I don’t agree with my FICO® Score or my Score key factors?
About FICO® Scores
Access to Credit
How do I stop receiving my FICO® Score?
General Impacts to FICO® Scores