So it turns out God does exist — and he’s living in Brooklyn.
A Brighton Beach man named God Gazarov has settled his federal lawsuit against credit-reporting giant Equifax after the company finally agreed to enter his unusual moniker into its database.
As reported exclusively by The Post last year, the 27-year-old Russian native was falsely branded as having no credit history because Equifax refused to recognize his given first name.
The bizarre snafu made it impossible for the jewelry-store owner to secure basic loans, court papers say.
While other agencies accepted his name, the Equifax block crippled his buying power.
After more than a year of haggling, Gazarov secured a confidential payout from Equifax late Wednesday and emerged from the negotiations at the Brooklyn federal courthouse with a wide smile.
Now boasting a healthy 820 credit score, Gazarov said he was relieved to have settled the case and plans to put his refurbished financial profile to use with a new BMW.