Study: 'Nice' people have lower credit scores

The study by Time Magazine found that when it comes to personality and credit, nicer people tend to have lower credit scores than disagreeable and rude people.
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The study by Time Magazine found that when it comes to personality and credit, nicer people tend to have lower credit scores than disagreeable and rude people.

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