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  1.  A credit rating is basically a numerical term based upon a statistical analysis of the individual's credit accounts, to reflect the creditworthiness of the individual. It's intended to give you an idea of the likelihood that you are likely to be granted credit. A good credit rating is mainly determined by the credit reports you have, most commonly sourced by credit reporting agencies.
  2.  The information included in your credit reports is usually compiled into an official credit report which can be requested by you or obtained from a credit bureau, depending on the agency you have your credit report from. The information will consist of any debts you may have and will also include the amount that they are owed. It's important to keep in mind that a credit report is not a true reflection of your credit history. Your credit record is always different each month.
  3.  If you are thinking of applying for a new line of credit or even refinancing an existing one, you will be required to send a copy of your credit report along with your application to the lender. This information is used by the lender to assess your credit worthiness. This will be reflected on your credit report as a FICO score. Credit bureaus have a wide range of credit records available, so before you begin your search for a new credit card or a new line of credit, it's important that you check your report first. The more current your report is, the better your chances are of obtaining a loan or credit line.
  4.  Credit bureaus will collect all the information that you submitted on your application, and they will then review it for accuracy and to determine your FICO score. They look at all your financial activities, including your credit card balances, your payments history, and the kinds of loans and credit lines you have. This information helps determine your FICO score.
  5.  The FICO rating is based upon your payment history, any types of debt that you are responsible for, the length of time that you have had credit cards, and even where you live. This information can have an effect on the overall score you receive from a bank. http://getcreditscorefast.com is due to the fact that some banks will only use the information found in your credit reports when assessing your FICO score. A credit report is basically a huge file of data that includes all the details about you, and your financial activity.
  6.  There are many ways you can improve your credit rating, such as establishing credit lines or obtaining a credit card. Once you have established a good credit history, credit cards, you may even qualify for a larger credit limit that can cover things like utilities and purchases. However, if you need a lower credit limit, it is important to work with the financial institution where you have your current card account to work with.
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