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What is a good range for a credit score?

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2011-11-16 11:55:14
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Good credit score ranges between 680- 750 and above this range credit score is considered excellent. Check your credit score regularly to get an idea about your credit score regularly.

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2020-04-24 07:42:19
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The usual range of credit scores is 300-850.

700 or above is a good range of credit scores.

800 or above to be considered an excellent range of credit scores.

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