Money Matters

Do your Facebook friends affect your credit score?

Paddy Hirsch Sep 4, 2013
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“No, your credit history on Vulcan does NOT count” David Brancaccio
Money Matters

Do your Facebook friends affect your credit score?

Paddy Hirsch Sep 4, 2013
“No, your credit history on Vulcan does NOT count” David Brancaccio
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In some cases, what you do on social media could affect your ability to borrow money. That means, even your credit score. Paddy Hirsch Marketplace’s Senior Producer of personal finance at Marketplace joins Marketplace Morning host David Brancaccio to discuss. 

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