Do you know your FICO score? Have you heard of Equifax or Experian? Your credit report contains a significant amount of valuable information about you and your finances. Under certain conditions, banks and other financial institutions can legally access this information which, depending on your score can either help or hurt you. Whether you have bad credit or good, learning about how you can protect and improve your credit can save you money over the long term.

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