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Do not understand the credit colors stand for
I do not understand the graph of colors when you hit the next level like from poor to what then at 640 what is it rated to I assume from poor it may go into fair ????????????

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color graph color range and meanings

red: 0-560, Very Poor.. Most lenders would regard this score as very high risk and would expect most people in this category to have serious problems with repaying credit

orange: 561-720, poor... Most lenders would view this score as high risk and would expect a high proportion of people in this category to have serious problems with repaying credit

yellow: 721-880, fair... Most lenders would regard this score as moderate risk and would expect only a small proportion of people in this category to experience serious problems with repaying credit.

light green: Good, 881-960... Most lenders would view this score as low risk and would expect few people in this category to experience serious problems with repaying credit

dark green: 961-999, excellent... Most lenders would regard this score as very low risk and would expect very few people in this category to experience serious problems with repaying credit

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