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[16 Sep 2019 | No Comment | 2,066 views]
Bad Credit Auto Loan Financing Credit Score Needed for Approval

The average American credit score is 678, but there is a range of credit scores that auto loan lenders will find acceptable. You can qualify for a auto loan with a low credit score, but you may need to seek alternative lending options to do so. In order to secure a auto loan with a traditional lender, you will need to be in the medium to low-risk credit range — this credit score range includes all scores more than 650.

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[28 Aug 2019 | No Comment | 2,420 views]
Bad Credit Home Mortgage Loans Minimum FICO Credit Score Requirements Needed for Approval

The future of your mortgage loan and the ownership of the home you have in mind depends on your three-digit credit score. Keep in mind that the minimum FICO credit score you need to get a mortgage loan is ultimately the decision of your individual lender.

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[20 Nov 2014 | No Comment | 12,216 views]
Pandora Jewelry Credit Score Needed for Store Credit Card

Pandora Jewelry credit card program is available to use on the full line of Pandora Jewelry products and collections — including bracelets, charms, watches, necklaces and pendants. The special financing program is currently available for purchases at select Pandora Jewelry concept stores nationwide.

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[16 Nov 2014 | No Comment | 8,150 views]
Ford Credit Score Requirements for Ford Motor Credit

Ford credit score requirements for Ford Motor credit generally recommended that you have at least a 650 credit score to apply for Ford credit with any likelihood of approval. Having a credit score lower than this does not necessarily mean that you cannot get a line of credit, but the terms will not be nearly as favorable.

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[1 Jul 2012 | 3 Comments | 28,414 views]
FICO Scores and Credit Score Ranges

The FICO credit score ranges between 300 and 850 which is used often by banks, lenders and financial institution to determine whether to provide you with financial solutions and at what interest rate. A rule of thumb is the higher the credit score, the lower your rate will be.