• No. Your credit score, maybe counterintuitivey, goes up from borrowing money. So, make the suggested payments, and it will go up, but you will pay more interest. Or, pay it off, and pay far less interest ,but your score will stay pretty much the same. Or, stop paying, and your credit score will drop, but you'll (temporarily) keep the money you borrowed.

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