A low credit score isn’t just bad for your wallet. It also signals a higher risk of heart disease, says a new study.
Are you a mean, no-good jerk? Then you are more likely to have a good credit score.
According to a study released Wednesday, people with bad attitudes tend to have higher credit scores, the numbers used by lenders to determine whether to loan money and how much interest to charge. Researchers from Louisiana State University (LSU), Texas Tech University and Northern Illinois University found a link between credit scores and consumers’ personalities.