How does living in other countries affect your credit score?

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Posted by Del Dinkins (MONEY FORUMS: 7, Answers: 0)
Asked on May 12, 2016 11:38 pm
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Unfortunately credit histories are not shared across borders. If you use a US credit card abroad (there are several that offer no foreign transaction fees), that will still get reported, but any foreign credit cards or loans will not. Keep in mind, in order to have a FICO credit score, you need at least one account open for more than 6 months and at least some activity in the most recent 6 month period.

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