I love you, but not your credit score

12/27/2012 | New York Times (tiered subscription model), The

There are some people grilling potential romantic partners about their credit scores, writes Jessica Silver-Greenberg, with a low score potentially enough to torpedo an otherwise promising first date. "It was really awkward because he kept telling me that I was the perfect girl for him, but that a low credit score was his deal-breaker," recalls one jilted woman.

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