Why does my credit score matter?
Your credit score matters because it costs you money. Credit providers, such as banks and other lenders, use your credit score along with the information in your credit report, to assist in deciding whether to lend you money, how much they will lend you and at what interest rate. A low score can lead to companies being reluctant to lend to you or charging you a higher interest rate.
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