What's credit?...I wouldn't be happy that I had a "number" , means fk all in real life LOL
Go in and talk to your agent, they will take care of it.If your homeowners insurance and auto insurance company don't use your credit scores in determining your premiums, then good for you.
But, if yours is like most, you pay more for car and homeowners insurance the lower your score is.
But, if you don't care about paying higher rates for insurance, then credit scores don't matter.
Go in and talk to your agent, they will take care of it.