The Score is based on details found in the 'Accounts' and 'Enquiries' sections of the CIBIL Report, including (but not restricted to) loan accounts or credit cards, payment statuses, outstanding amounts, and days past the due date. Ranging from 300 to 900, the closer a CIBIL Score is to 900, the higher are the chances of the consumer's credit card or loan application getting approved. A person's past behavior is taken as an indicator of his/her future actions, and, in line with that, the CIBIL Score showcases a consumer's creditworthiness. For example, when a person applies for a credit card or loan, one of the important factors that lenders check is the person's credit profile as depicted by the CIBIL Score. So what you are waiting for...Enroll now
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