What goes into FICO® Scores?
Whether you’re applying for a credit card, mortgage, or auto loan, there’s a good chance your lender is using FICO® Scores to help make their approval decision. The good news is, your FICO® Scores are ultimately in your hands—they’re based on your credit habits and behaviors.
That’s why understanding what goes into your FICO® Scores is a vital part of your credit health. Watch this video to learn the five key categories that factor into your scores.
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