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Fortune cites doxo data state-based comparison of credit scores

Megan Leonhardt, reporting for Fortune, cites doxoINSIGHTS data from the Hidden Costs of Bill Pay report in a detailed article that compares average credit scores across the 50 states. She writes:

In fact, even moderate upward bumps to credit scores can put money back into consumers’ pockets. For example, consumers who bump up a subprime credit score of 660 by about 35 points, to the national average of 695, could save an average of $301 in annual interest charges, according to an analysis by bill-pay service Doxo.