to (one's) credit

(redirected from to their credit)

to (one's) credit

A phrase acknowledging that one deserves credit or recognition for something positive. To his credit, he has donated consistently without requesting anything in return.
See also: credit
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30 percent of 18-34 year olds are making a partial payment to their credit card and their balance is reducing, compared to 46 percent in 2002
Four percent of 35-44 year olds are making a partial payment to their credit card and their balance is growing, compared to 11 percent in 2002
From an illustrated credit report and credit score to such tools as ID Fraud-Watch monitoring and personalized Debt Analysis reports, TransUnion offers a variety of products and services that allow consumers to monitor and stay informed about changes to their credit profile.
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WorthKnowing is a product that enables credit unions to market pre-approved credit products to credit union members, and to provide credit union members access to their credit report along with helpful information regarding the importance of proactively managing the quality of their personal credit.
In addition to their initial online, instant, three-bureau credit report, consumers will have the opportunity to receive a discount on iPlace's CreditCheck(R) Monitoring Service, which allows subscribers to receive unlimited, free single-bureau (Equifax) credit reports while monitoring changes to their credit status.
is a leading Internet Infomediary, providing the infrastructure for businesses to facilitate transactions by supplying their customers with instant access to their credit, home, neighborhood and other personally relevant content.
com has witnessed a steady growth in the number of consumers who want immediate access to their credit reporting information since pioneering online delivery in July 1997 with an inexpensive service that provided $8 credit reports within seconds over the Internet.