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How to get a free credit score

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When you're in the market for a loan or credit card, it pays to know your credit score. Good credit scores can help you secure more favorable interest rates and lower fees. A bad score can raise the cost of borrowing or even cause the lender to reject your application.

You won't know where you stand until you check. Then you can take steps to improve your credit rating. Use these tools to help you get started.


 

 

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