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The Average Credit Score in the U.S. Reaches Its Peak

[Friday, September 13th, 2019]

FICO, or Fair Isaac Corporation, is a data analytics company best known for its credit scoring model. As the FICO’s official website says, the FICO® Score is currently used by 90 of the top 100 largest U.S. lending institutions.

FICO scores range from 300 to 850. A 300-639 score is considered bad, a 640-699 score is fair or average, a 700-749 score is good, and a 750-850 score is excellent. The score below 300 is called limited and is generally typical for those who haven’t managed to start building their credit history yet, e.g. young people or immigrants.

Having good or excellent credit score is something everyone should strive for. First of all, scores determine whether you qualify for a credit card, personal loan or another credit offer. The higher score you have, the more likely you are to be approved and get better terms. In addition, credit score may be one of the important factors considered when getting a job and renting an apartment.

Recently, FICO reported that the average national credit score has reached 706 breaking all previous records. It means Americans have better creditworthiness than ever before. Having this score, you can safely count on getting approved for a majority of credit products and on more favorable terms. Therefore, all enticing benefits like big rewards, amazing sign-up bonuses, low interest rates and others tend to become yours.

According to the company official, such an increase in scores is due to improvement of people’s financial literacy. More and more credit product owners in the U.S. are beginning to reflect on their finances and understand the importance of sound financial behavior and credit monitoring. All this leads to more effective personal money management and higher credit scores as a result.

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Chase Student Card: Now Apply Online
[April 8th, 2020]

Chase has just made its Freedom® Student credit card accessible for online application, which is quite opportunely considering the current state of affairs with the COVID-19 pandemic. Let it be recalled that the card is the first Chase credit card designed specifically for students. It was introduced in 2019, but the only way to apply […]

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Where to Go for Chase 5% Cash Back in 2020
[December 26th, 2019]

2019 flew by, and now only a week remains until 2020. Most issuers of cashback credit cards have already announced their bonus categories for all 4 quarters of the next year. Chase is no exception. However, the bank disclosed only the first quarter categories leaving the remaining three under a veil of secrecy with the mark “coming soon”.

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New Marriott Bonvoy Bold Credit Card VS Marriott Bonvoy Boundless Credit Card
[June 21st, 2019]

A short time ago, the largest world hotel chain – Marriott International together with Chase Bank have pleased their customers with a new hotel credit card – the Marriott Bonvoy Bold™ Credit Card. Marriott loyal fans are most likely aware that the Bold card is not the first Marriott and Chase joint credit card. Their first co-branded card is the Marriott Bonvoy Boundless™

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