Your credit report lists what types of credit you use, the length of time your accounts have been open, and whether you've paid your bills on time. It tells lenders how much credit you've used and whether you're seeking new sources of credit. It gives lenders a broader view of your credit history than do other data sources, such as a bank's own customer data.
This week hear from expert Sharie Brown with Give Yourself Credit. A Company that is know for Empowering communities with credit consultation and education. They dispel credit myths and take credit knowledge to a higher level.