Exclusive Credit Sesame survey: Americans with excellent credit scores are far more likely to also be saving money – and to have greater confidence about their financial futures – compared with people who have bad credit ratings.
This Credit Sesame member built a credit score of 816 without ever taking out a single loan. Find out how.
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Independence. That means not dependent, right? When we carry debt, we are beholden to creditors (almost always at a cost) and never truly financially independent. We depend on getting our hands on enough money every month to pay those creditors. Independence from credit card debt is something we’d all like to have. Yet, among Credit
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Credit Sesame recently analyzed data for our more than 8 million members to identify the worst credit mistakes that people with poor credit make. People with poor credit scores tend to have these three credit missteps in common.