Have you ever gone online to check your credit score?
Only about 14% of Canadians have… but Borrowell wants to change that for Canadians from coast to coast. That’s why Borrowell is sponsoring “Know Your Credit Score Day in Canada” on Friday, March 31st, 2017.
Why does this matter?
Your credit score can affect your ability to get approved for a rental, and can affect the interest rates you can access on loans, credit cards, or mortgages! A better score adds up to serious savings.
Knowing your credit score is fast and free thanks to Borrowell. In under 3 minutes, Borrowell.com will show you your credit score, and provide helpful strategies on how to improve it.
Listen in on the Roger & Marilyn show for daily updates about why you should know your credit score. Throughout the week, you can tune in on TSN 1050, CFRB, CHUM FM, Virgin Radio, Leaf’s Lunch, and CTV Toronto for further credit score updates.
Borrowell – the credit is all yours.
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