What Is a Good Credit Score

What Is a Good Credit Score

FICO® credit score range from 300 to 850 and the following ratings are a guideline of score quality:

Poor: 300-579
Fair: 580-669
Good: 670-739
Very Good: 740-799
Exceptional: 800-850
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