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What is a credit score?Your credit score is a number between 0 and 1,000 that lenders use when deciding whether to give you a loan or credit card. The higher your score, the more likely you are to be approved.
Why check your credit score with Finder?Finder's credit score check service is completely free and it only takes a few minutes to apply. There's also no affect on your credit score.
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How to check your credit score
You can check your credit score for free by clicking here. Simply create a Finder account and complete the sign-up process to get your free credit score.
If you're already a Finder member, you can check your credit score by going to the "Score" tab in your Finder app, or heading to the "Credit Score" tab on your web dashboard.
Step-by-step guide to getting your credit score with Finder
- Create a Finder account.
- Head to your Credit Score dashboard and complete the application process.
- Check whether you have a good credit score.
- Find out what you can do to improve your score if necessary.
- Regularly check your credit score and make sure you aren't doing anything to hurt your score.
- Once you're happy with your score, you can use it to apply for a home loan, credit card or personal loan.
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