Consumers are more likely to track health and fitness data than changes to their credit

Experian surveyed over 1,000 consumers about how or if they track everyday activities, such as health and fitness and their credit score.

Chris Horymski
Posted 2/7/24

Experian surveyed over 1,000 consumers about how or if they track everyday activities, such as health and fitness and their credit score.

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