Monthly Archives: April 2015

4 Common Credit Myths

The media, newspapers, internet are full of information, but sadly, much of the information concerning credit is inaccurate. Let’s check out some common credit myths: Credit Myth: “FRCA scores are locked in for six months, and they change every six months.”  That's a total myth because actually, the FRCA score is based on...
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2 Common Credit Myths

The media, newspapers, internet are full of information, but sadly, much of the information concerning credit is inaccurate. Let’s check out some common credit myths:

Credit Myth:  “Your mortgage broker can use the credit report you obtained from Annual Credit Report.” If only it were so simple! But, not so due...

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1 Common Credit Myth

The media, newspapers, internet are full of information, but sadly, much of the information concerning credit is inaccurate. Let’s check out some common credit myths: Credit Myth:  “Opting out will increase your credit score.”  This is something that goes back a long time, and let's discuss what opting out is.  “Opting out” refers...
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3 Common Credit Myths

The media, newspapers, internet are full of information, but sadly, much of the information concerning credit is inaccurate. Let’s check out some common credit myths: Credit Myth:  “You share a credit score with your spouse.” (Now, you might think that sounds absurd but I assure you it’s far more widespread than you...
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