Understanding Credit Scores - Experian
A credit score is a number lenders use to help them decide how likely it is that they will be repaid on time if they give a person a loan or a credit card.
What Affects Your Credit Scores? - Experian
From payment history to credit utilization, learn which factors affect your credit and how service accounts can now positively impact your credit score.
How Do 0% APR Credit Cards Work? - Experian
Learn how 0% intro APR works for balance transfers and new purchases. Find out the qualifications needed to get one and how to use your card wisely.
How to Finance a Divorce - Experian
Divorce is rough not just emotionally, but financially as well. Find out ways that can help finance your divorce plus alternative methods to reduce the cost.
How to Get a Free Credit Freeze - Experian
Placing a freeze on your credit report is now free for everyone in the United States. Find out if a credit freeze is the right move for you.
How to Apply for a Credit Card - Experian
Applying for a credit card is usually pretty easy. Learn the basics, how to choose the right card, and how to fill out and submit your application.
How to Get a Car Loan - Experian
Before taking out a car loan, it's important to understand what you're agreeing to, how your credit will be impacted, and what options you have.
How to Handle Credit Card Debt If You’re Unemployed - Experian
If you become unemployed, ask your credit card companies for help, which could result in a lower APR or a temporary break from your payments. Learn more.
How to Temporarily Lift a Security Freeze - Experian
If your credit file is frozen and you need to apply for credit, you can request to lift the freeze at Experian's Freeze Center.
What are the Different Credit Score Ranges? - Experian
A credit score can range from 300 to 850 depending on the scoring model, such as a mortgage score. Bankcard and auto scores can range from 250 to 900.