Does my credit score need to be monitored?

Monday, June 1st, 2009

Does my credit score need to be monitored?

About credit score monitoring

Does your credit score need to be monitored? Possibly, especially if you are concerned about being able to qualify for a loan or line of credit, or a specific (low) rate on a loan or line of credit, in the future.

Through some credit monitoring companies you may be able to view your score each month and also receive tips on how to maintain your credit and/or how to achieve a healthy credit score.

This can be helpful to anyone, regardless of his or her credit rating. And those who in the position of trying to improve their credit score can watch their score each month and even take steps to help their individual situation.

Also, with credit monitoring of your credit scores you can stay on top of any potenital problems or changes to keep your credit rating in as good of shape as possible. Consistent monitoring can help you notice errors and take steps to correct those.




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