A credit score of 598 isn’t “good.” Rather, a 598 credit score is actually considered “bad,” according to the standard 300 to 850 credit-score scale.
Such a score will make it difficult to get approved for a decent loan or line of credit and could even prevent you from renting an apartment or landing certain jobs.
What does a credit score of 504 mean?
A 504 credit score is classified as “bad” on the standard 300-to-850 scale. It is 196 points away from being a “good” credit score, which many people use as a benchmark, and 136 points from being “fair.”
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