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Why don’t you have Chase Bank as an issuing credit card source? I have United/Mileage Plus card from Chase, but I can’t put in in the Interactive bank list. Also what are the numerical boundaries between bad, fair, good, and excellent credit scores?

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Leo Zhu

We do offer some Chase products. Please revisit our site as the offerings may change. As for the numerical boundaries for credit scores, there are different methods of calculating credit scores. Every credit bureau has its own unique formula to calculate scores. There are three major credit bureaus credit card issuers usually rely on: TransUnion, Equifax, and Experian. These credit bureaus have their own scoring system, but here are some general guidelines:

  • 350-619 – bad credit
  • 620-659 – fair credit
  • 660-740 – good credit
  • 750-850 – excellent credit
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