How does MPOWER pulling my credit report affect my credit score and history?

Any potential lender that pulls your credit information, including MPOWER, will show up as an inquiry on your credit report. As part of that inquiry, there may be a slight lowering of your overall credit score. This impact is temporary, though it can take several months for your score to bounce back up. The U.S. credit bureaus (Experian, TransUnion, and Equifax) can also see if you are rate shopping when you apply for several different student loans during a 30-day period of time. Typically, multiple inquiries in a short amount of time are treated as a single inquiry and will have a relatively small impact on your score. You can learn more about how multiple inquiries affect credit scores by visiting the credit bureaus’ websites. MPOWER obtains U.S. credit information from TransUnion, and the company’s FAQs can be found at

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