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Your Experian Credit Score ranges from 0 to 999 and quantifies your credit risk; a higher score indicates lower risk.
Your Experian credit report details your credit history. Individuals who feel there are inaccuracies in their credit report can correct erroneous information by disputing the report with us.
Many people frequently pay attention to their credit scores when they make big purchase decisions, such as a new car or a home. While these are some of the most familiar reasons consumers monitor their credit reports, credit scores and reports are actually used for many other reasons as well.
A good credit score may lead to you being offered better rates on common products such as credit cards, car insurance premiums and mobile phone contracts. Some employers even check prospective employees' credit reports before making final hiring decisions. In addition, despite increased public awareness of identity theft, the crime continues to grow. Therefore monitoring your credit report and score has never been more important.» Order your credit report and score with Experian CreditExpert*
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