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Knowing your VantageScore credit score by TransUnion® is essential when searching for a credit card or applying for a loan. CreditSoup offers a quick and easy process to getting your credit score, plus it’s FREE. We don’t require any type of commitment and there isn’t a penalty for checking. Just fill out the form below then answer a few simple questions.

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Will this Affect my Credit?

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By clicking “Submit”, I agree to CreditSoup’s Terms of Use and Privacy Policy and authorize to communicate the personal identifying information I have provided to TransUnion in order to receive my consumer report information. I authorize to use my information, including the credit score, to determine which credit products might be available to me based on credit information made available by TransUnion® and I understand that this score is not solely used by lenders to determine credit worthiness.

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More about Credit Scores…

A credit score is a numerical expression based on an analysis of a person’s credit report which is sourced from three credit bureaus. A VantageScore credit score can range anywhere between 300-850, with 300 being in the damaged credit category and 850 being excellent credit. The higher your score, the better, as it is a general gauge of your overall creditworthiness in the eyes of lenders. Lenders, such as banks and credit card companies, may use credit scores to evaluate the potential risk posed by lending money as well as determine the types of credit cards and loan offers the consumer qualifies for. Many factors can influence a credit score including how debts are paid, how much debt is owed, length of credit history, types of credit in use and etc. Your credit score will also change when your credit report changes from on-time or late payments or adding additional credit products.