The FICO credit score is probably one of the most influential scores that isn’t controlled by you taking a test. Instead, you earn this score by how you use your money in the United States. This is considered a measure of your ‘creditworthiness’. This article talks about how you act (who you follow and what you post) on social media may affect your FICO score. I think this is interesting because everyone should be mindful of what they put on the internet, especially social media. Because of this article, do you think your habits about how you act on social media may change?
Could Your Social Media Footprint Step On Your Credit History? [Response]