How this 54-year-old Alaskan oil worker got a perfect credit score

Only the top 1 or 2 percent of people will have a ‘perfect’ 850 credit score,” Rod Griffin, director of consumer awareness at Experian, tells CNBC Make It. “And it probably won’t stay that way. Scores move up and down as your credit history changes. If you increase your balances, open a new account, or have old information fall off your report, your score might slip down or bounce back up.$s