How much will my credit score change?

How much will my credit score change?

We cannot predict how much your credit score will change as everyone is different, such as a person with a "thin-file" compared to someone with more credit history.  

Our reporting should build the following areas of your credit file:

- Payment History (35% of your FICO Score): We report up to 24 months of payment history for your lease.

- Credit History (15% of your FICO Score): We report the Start Date of your lease, adding to the age of your credit accounts.  

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