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What is a FICO score and how can I find out more about my credit rating?

Credit scores generated by the credit bureaus are often referred to as "FICO® scores," even though each of the major credit bureaus has its own name for these scores. FICO stands for "Fair Isaac and Company" (aka Fair Isaac Corporation), the company that produces the system used by many credit bureaus to calculate your credit score. These scores range from 300 to 850 — the higher, the better.

To learn more about your credit rating, visit any of the four credit bureau websites listed below, or request a free annual credit report by visiting

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