Living with someone doesn’t make them a financial association. You're only ever financially associated to someone if you've applied for a joint credit account with them, or if you share a joint financial account with them.
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- What is a credit score?
- What is my ClearScore credit score out of?
- How can I improve my score?
- Why hasn't my credit score changed?
- Do all lenders use the ClearScore credit score?
- What can affect my credit score?
- Why is my TransUnion/Experian/Equifax score different from my ClearScore one?
- How long will it take for my score to improve?
- Does checking my credit score affect it?
- I’m still paying my student loan – will this affect my credit score?