Comparing Credit Reports and Criminal Record Checks – MoneyMinding Minute

Law abiding citizens don’t think twice about getting a crimial record check for a job or volunteer opportunity.  However, these same people often make decisions that can negatively impact their credit score.  Companies and organizations are more frequently performing credit checks as part of their selection criteria.  They do this to validate character as it relates to fiscal responsibility.  It’s certainly something to take seriously and to take steps to learn more about credit decisions that can inadvertenly negatively impact your credit score and potentially your overall financial ability.    Because unlike criminal record checks, having no debt doesn’t necessarily guarantee a good report.   Watch this 1+ video here.   And make sure you find out more about how our world of money is changing at

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