to (one's) credit

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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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14, 2003, the new Fair and Accurate Credit Transactions Act of 2003 (FACTA) has added provisions to enhance the accuracy of credit reports, gives consumers more access to their credit information, and puts systems in place that will combat identity theft.
As would be expected coming out of the LTCM event and other market difficulties in 1998, banking institutions, in their own self-interest, appear to be well under way in making enhancements to their credit risk management systems.
"People don't realize, the damage it may be doing to their credit reports," says Sandy Comenetz, an attorney in the legal department of the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC).