January 6, 2013
Your credit score consists of a three-digit number that holds the keys to your future. The higher your score, the better your chances of enjoying the "finer things" in life. Conversely, a poor score (generally under 600) greatly jeopardizes those same chances. You may not realize it, but a poor number could hurt you more than you know. Below are a few examples of how it could affect you, and possible even hurt you.
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