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What does my credit score mean?

Anyone who has ever applied for credit has a credit score. The credit reporting agencies in Australia have a credit score range of either 0 – 1000; or 0 – 1200. The higher your credit score the better your credit history.

A low credit score could mean you have a significant negative event on your file such as a court judgement or bankruptcy. You could also have a number of payment defaults along with several credit enquiries.

A near perfect credit score suggests you have a long history of paying your bills on time, have not gone for multiple credit applications over short periods of time and probably have a mortgage and/or investment property, so have a positive record of being disciplined with credit.

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