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So what is all the hype around
credit scores for?
Well, your score plays a bigger role in your life than you probably think.
A high score will result in you saving money – there is no doubt about it. You can expect to receive lower interest rates when going to borrow money. If you have a low credit score, not only will you be paying off your debt for a longer period of time, but it will also cost you more in the long run.
A high credit score lets you pay off the debt quicker and can even leave you with more money for other expenses.
Have you ever applied for a loan or new credit card while having a low credit score? If so, it probably wasn’t as easy as pie. The higher your credit score is, the better chance you will have of being approved for new credit. Often times a higher credit score will result in better car insurance rates too. No-one wants to be paying higher than necessary insurance premiums. So, start working on your credit score today so you can start putting money back into your pocket.
Reasons Why You Should Choose Split®
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- Save money by getting better interest rates on credit cards
- Get better credit card offers with travel and purchase benefits
- Protect your identity by proactively monitoring your credit file
- Restore your identity and cash with our insurance and restoration services
Metrics And Trends
According to a Javelin Study conducted in March 2020, in 1 in every 22 people in the U.S. were victims of Identity Theft in 2018. While the number of victims went down from 2017 to 2018, the average amount of damages per person increased. Fraud monitoring, identity theft insurance and restoration services helps reduce the risk of identity theft and mitigates damage in the event your identity is misused
Top 5 consequences of Identity Theft via the ITRC Aftermath survey of 176 Identity Theft victims in 2016. Survey respondents were from 40 states and the District of Columbia.