What is a good Equifax® credit score?

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    Equifax® is a credit bureau that provides credit reports based on your credit history. Your credit scores are calculated using the information on your credit report. Different credit bureaus use different scoring models to calculate credit scores. FICO® and VantageScore® are the two most commonly used models. Generally, a score within the range of 670-739 is considered a good credit score. Equifax provides your VantageScore with a subscription.

    Equifax also has a credit score but it is only for educational purposes. It is not used by any lenders. It has a range of 280-850 and is calculated from the information in your Equifax credit report.

    Any score between 660-724 is considered a good Equifax score.

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