the best predictor of future behavior is past behavior. An excellent credit score shows a history of acting responsibly with money and credit. A poor credit score indicates a history of mismanaged money and perhaps even bigger issues like bankruptcy...
Minneapolis, MN (PRWEB) February 14, 2013
Just in time for Valentine’s Day, CreditScoreResource.com has created an infographic called, What a Credit Score Reveals About Your Potential Partner that explains how credit score ratings help find true love. Find out what credit scores say about personality and eliminate risky relationships before they get serious.
Ethel Wilson, editor and contributor to CreditScoreResource.com states, “One thing we realized while we were researching this infographic was that asking your potential partner about their credit score offers insight into their history. It’s fair to say that the best predictor of future behavior is past behavior. An excellent credit score shows a history of acting responsibly with money and credit. A poor credit score indicates a history of mismanaged money and perhaps even bigger issues like bankruptcy, foreclosure and debt settlement. You have to protect yourself against financial issues and heartache.”
At this time of year, everyone is thinking about love, relationships and maybe settling down. Unfortunately, many people find themselves trusting the wrong person, and find they’ve been cheated on or had money stolen from them. What if there was a way to find out the true character of someone? People spend years establishing a career, buying a car, and sometimes even buying a house before they decide to settle down and get married or move in with someone. How does someone protect their investments and their heart?
CreditScoreResource.com has compiled data from several different sources and designed this infographic, What a Credit Score Reveals About Your Potential Partner to answer those questions and more. It turns out that there is a very strong correlation between credit score ratings and personality traits or character flaws. People with high credit scores tend to be reliable, patient and honest. These are excellent traits for a long-term relationship. While people with lower credit scores tend to be impatient and involved with immoral or fraudulent activities, character flaws proven to make relationships difficult.
Ethel Wilson goes on to say, “People are getting married later in life now, and many have careers, cars and homes before they even meet their future spouse. With all that money, time and energy invested, you’re risking more than just a broken heart, you’re risking all your assets and everything you’ve worked so hard to achieve. A credit score can tell you if the person you’re dating is trustworthy, reliable, and honest, or if they’ve got some major character flaws that indicate they might cheat on you or steal from you.”
To have a strong relationship, it’s important that both partners are working toward the same goals. Marriage and raising a family are difficult and many marriages end because of financial stress. Eliminate all of that by asking about credit score ratings.
CreditScoreResource.com created this infographic to share the latest statistics about the correlation between credit score ratings and character traits. The full infographic can be viewed at http://www.creditscoreresource.com/what-does-a-credit-score-reveal-about-your-potential-partners-character-and-spending-habits/402570 The Infographic is free to share and post with acknowledgement given to CreditScoreResource.com