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Social Media Can Change Your Credit Score
by Chris Malone,posted Aug 28 2013 6:23AM
Even as I grow older, and supposedly wiser, I can not tell you how my FICO credit score is truly determined. I know it is based on my payment history, number of accounts and debt but as I check my score month to month it goes up and down and differs from once reporting agency to another. Now there is a growing trend of credit companies using your social media accounts to determine your credit worthiness! Yes, the people you interact with on Facebook and twitter could possibly impact your FICO score! And it isn't just those sites, Amazon, EBay and other online shopping pages are being used my a few companies to determine if they want to lend you credit or not!