Your credit score, from about 350 (poor) to 800 (excellent) is a numerical rendition of your credit report. The higher your score, the more likely you’ll get approved for credit and the more likely you’ll get the best rate and terms. Negative actions posted to your credit report, take a bite out of your credit score.

Here are the seven worst things you can do to your credit score. And speaking of “seven,” that’s how many years these black marks can stay on your credit report.

Realty Times – Seven Deadly Credit Score Sins.

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