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Did Your Credit Score Get A Lot Worse Or Better Over The Last Year? We’d Like To Hear From You.

BuzzFeed News wants to know how the pandemic impacted your credit score, and how that score has impacted you.

Posted on June 14, 2021, at 12:43 p.m. ET

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The last year has been devastating for people who lost their jobs or whose wages were cut, and a windfall for those with secure jobs or whose investments performed well. The government offered relief to people who held certain kinds of debt — like mortgage and student loan forbearance — but not others. The unequal impact of the pandemic and the uneven financial protections legislators passed in response have dramatically helped some financially and hurt others, including their credit scores. A person’s credit history not only affects their ability to borrow money but also can influence whether they get approved for necessities like rental housing or cellphone plans.

If your credit score has dramatically decreased or increased during the pandemic, we’d like to hear what that has meant for you. Please fill out this form; we may contact you to be featured in a future BuzzFeed News story.

A BuzzFeed News investigation, in partnership with the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists, based on thousands of documents the government didn't want you to see.