Every US citizen who has used lending is assigned a score by the Fair Isaac Corporation, or FICO. One of the categories on its scale is known as “fair credit”. It encompasses the 580-669 range. If you look at the breakdown, you will see that this level is inferior to “good credit”. Yes, a fair total is not the best result. Why do consumers get it, and how can you upgrade their level?
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