Did you know that your credit score can be one more indicator of identity theft? Your credit score is typically used as an indicator of your experience using credit and is obtained by potential lenders, landlords, and employers as an important indicator of how you have used debt in the past. However, your credit score can also be a lagging indicator that someone else may be using your credit. Let's take a look at what a credit score is, how it is affected by your own credit activities, and when you should be concerned about identity theft.
An excellent credit score is the ultimate goal of the financially responsible consumer. Those three magic digits tell a story of accountability, good financial sense, and the ability to spend mindfully. A great credit score also unlocks doors for large, affordable loans; employment opportunities, and more.
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