GREAT AGAIN: Average American Credit Scores ‘HIT ALL TIME HIGH’

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The US economy continued to soar under President Trump and the GOP-controlled Congress this summer, with new data showing the average American credit score hitting an all-time high.

According to CNBC, the average national credit score spiked to 704 according to FICO. The ratings range from 300 to 850.

“Average credit scores most recently bottomed at 686 during the housing crisis about a decade ago, when there was a sharp increase in foreclosures,” writes CNBC.

“As we’ve gotten further from the Great Recession, lenders are increasingly competing for new card volume, and part of that is loosening their underwriting criteria in order to be more competitive," said one industry insider.

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I checked mine the other night and it was 850. It had been hovering around 846 give or take for many years and I was starting to wonder if 850 was even possible. It is. :slight_smile:

Of course it is. Me and Donald Trump both have 875.