Credit Score vs Protection Score
April 20, 2012
Are you familiar with a Credit Score?Per wikipedia, a credit score is: a numerical expression based on a statistical analysis of a person's credit files, to represent the creditworthiness of that person. In layman's terms, the ability to borrow money and pay it down on a regular basis.Do you use a credit card? Do you own a home? Do you have a student loan? How about a car loan? If you have any of these items, you have a credit score. The FICO credit scores range from 300-850. Many people take time to check their Credit Score. It's important to them, especially if they want to borrow money.If you don't need to borrow money, you don't need a credit score, per Dave Ramsey (and sometimes you can have a mortgage without having a FICO score).
You've heard a lot about a Credit Score, but have you heard about a Protection Score?Your protection score is an objective score indicating how your current lifestyle may change if you run into something unexpected in life, such as a home fire, a serious car accident, a flood, a death in the family. Your protection score indicates how protected your lifestyle is, due to an unexpected loss.Are you interested?Check us out!Click the link below to get started.Your score will range from 0-1000.Free Protection ReportYou have to put your name, address and email address.The email address goes to us, however we promise not to sell, spam or otherwise misuse your information. We may email you and ask if you have any questions pertaining to your score, but that's all.It's a no obligation, 5 minute check up to reassure you or encourage you to reach out to your local insurance agent.