Daniel Cook

Lenders turn credit applications down for a variety of reasons. If you get denied credit, the bank will send you a letter informing you of your credit score, the agency they retrieved it from, and the reason(s) why you didn’t get approved. You can use that information as well as what follows in this article to improve your situation and prepare for the future.

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