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Will inquiries affect my credit rating?

When you are talking about your “credit” you are really referring to the financial history and information about you that is recorded within the three main credit bureaus. They are: Experian, TransUnion, and Equifax. Generally the information is the same between all 3 bureaus, but what many people don’t understand is that lenders don’t all look at this history the same way. Whether you are talking about a home loan or an auto loan, each of these industries uses different criteria and assigns different weight to the data within your credit history.

For example, a customer that recently visited us found out that his score pulled by the dealership was actually 100 points lower than his credit monitoring tool. This was because the criteria used for purchasing an automobile was different than the criteria that was being used by his credit monitoring tool. While the credit monitoring program that exist are wonderful for monitoring issues such as identity theft, it is important to realize that the score they assign you will not always be the same if you decide to take a loan for a large purchase.

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