What does each range of the Marlo score represent?

300-499: This range is considered poor, indicating a higher risk to lenders.
500-649: A score in this range is average, showing that there are some risks associated with lending.
650-749: This is a good score, suggesting a relatively low risk to lenders.
750-900: Scores in this range are excellent, reflecting the best credit history and the lowest risk.

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