No, on your credit report you can see all of your names, sometimes even including nick-names. Basically, your married name will simply be reflected as an alias. Your name will always be your given name followed by your maiden name. Marriage does not change who you are, it just gives you a "second" name.
The credit score can effect mortgage rates in a lot of differnt ways. If someone has a high credit score he get a lower mortgage rate and if someone has a low credit score he gets a higher mortgage rate.
if someone looks into your credit report, yes it will effect your credit score. it will reduce between 3-10 points.
If you have a chargeback, that is a credit to your account. This will not affect your credit score negatively or positively.
No, it does not affect your credit score at all.
No, because its for a business and it's not in your name. It will however change your credit score if and only if you have a business credit card in your name.
No. When you get married, your credit reports are the same as they were when you were single. The actions you take WHILE married, however, may influence your credit score. In States that are considered "Community Property" or "Marital Property" (there are nine in the US), the spouse must always be included on any new loans. Accordingly, if your spouse decides to apply for credit, your credit score will be a component of whether or not your spouse is approved. Also, if your spouse does not pay that bill on time or skips a payment, your credit report will be impacted.
Your credit score changes about every month. It is updated with new credit applications, defaults and purchases. It is important to check your credit score often.
Im applying for financial aid for my house payment. will it effect my credit score
A foreclosure can stay on your credit report for over ten years. It will have a significant and negative impact on your score.
Subsidized loans will affect your credit score negatively if you are not paying them. If you are paying them, they will have a positive effect on your score.
30 to 45 days
Yes,it lowers your credit score.
If you work with Care One Credit, it will positively effect your credit score. This will show you can pay your debts and you won't have any black marks.
One's credit score is in a constant state of flux because any change in the credit report results in the bureau automatically recalculating your credit score. In general, assuming that one is not actively looking for new credit, is paying off their existing credit lines on time, is not growing balances and is not filing for bankruptcy, your score will change in a minor way every two-to-three (2-3) months.
the person with the lowest score
The higher your credit score, the lower your payments. The lower your credit score, the higher your payments. The analogy above shows how your credit rate affects you mortgage rate.
No, receiving food stamps will not affect your credit score in any way.
No, it is called a soft pulled and the inquiry is only viewable by you.
paying off bad credit will take about 60 days to have an effect on your credit score. But, if you don't have any credit cards you will never have a good credit score because no one is giving you credit.
Technically, no. The Canadian credit bureau does not share information with the US credit bureaus. However, a Canadian creditor can certainly check with a US credit bureau to check your credit history.
Your credit score can go down when you cancel a credit card. It often will decrease because now the amount of credit available to you is less. The change in your credit score (+ or -) will be most likely updated the 1st of the following month.
Not unless you are sent to collections
Depends on what they are. If they are derogatory items, then dropping off will raise your score. If they are positive items (e.g.- an account in good standing), then they will lower your score.