FICO score

FICO is an abbreviation for Fair Isaac Corporation and refers to a person’s credit score based on credit history. Lenders and credit card companies use the number to decide if the person is likely to pay his or her bills. A credit score is evaluated using information from the three major credit bureaus and is usually between 300 and 850. Source: HUD

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Chase Bank Auto Loans

The nation's largest bank by assets is offering checking account holders 48-month, auto loan rates for as little as 2.38% APR. That's way below the average cost of a 4-year car loan, which is just over 4% right now.