A Thing or Two You Should Know About Credit Scores, According to a Credit Repair Expert

Credit repair expert Shawn K Lane continued his AMA series on Reddit with a post about credit scores.

He explained how and why it’s calculated, why things look different on different sites, and what you can do to try to make yours better.

Sometimes credit scores don’t seem to make sense. But you’re right…your credit score is your adult GPA. Almost everything we do financially has a credit score component.

[Shawn K Lane]

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