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How a new service could help boost your credit score

by Renata Sago Dec 21, 2018
Experian says consumers who let the firm monitor their checking accounts could get easier access to credit.
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FICO scores are going to change. Here's how.

by Nancy Marshall-Genzer and Sabri Ben-Achour Oct 22, 2018
The Ultra FICO could make it easier for people with imperfect scores to qualify for credit.
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FICO scores are going to change. Here's how.

by Nancy Marshall-Genzer and Sabri Ben-Achour Oct 22, 2018
The Ultra FICO could make it easier for people with imperfect scores to qualify for credit.
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4 things you should know about protecting your kid's credit

by Andy Uhler Oct 4, 2018
It's something parents need to think about more and more these days.
In this photo illustration, a man is seen using a mobile phone in the light of a projection of a thumbprint on August 09, 2017 in London, England.
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In China, your credit could depend on how often you visit your parents

by Molly Wood Aug 20, 2018
The country is designing a credit score that factors in social behavior.
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Why does everybody want me to check my credit score?

by Amy Scott Aug 8, 2018
Once a closely held secret, free scores are abundant.
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Millions of Americans still unaware of the Equifax data hack

by Kristin Schwab and Jana Kasperkevic Oct 12, 2017
Only a third of those who are aware have checked to see if their data was compromised.
Former Equifax CEO Richard Smith testifies before the House Energy and Commerce Committee's Digital Commerce and Consumer Protection Subcommittee on October 3, 2017. Smith stepped down as CEO of Equifax last month after it was reported that hackers broke into the credit reporting agency and made off with the personal information of nearly 145 million Americans. 
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Why consumer credit is a matter of "social trust"

by Kai Ryssdal and Maria Hollenhorst Jul 25, 2017
The modern credit economy mostly works, author Josh Lauer says.
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Consumer credit-scoring system to eliminate error-prone data

by Mitchell Hartman Mar 13, 2017
Consumer credit reporting agencies are going to start eliminating some information from credit reports that might reflect negatively on would-be borrowers. Some of that information has been prone to errors in the past, and consumer advocates argued it was unfair…

Breaking tradition in the credit scoring business

by Nancy Marshall-Genzer Feb 17, 2016
Banks dip their toes into a new market: people without traditional credit scores.
Banks dip their toes into a new market: people without traditional credit scores.
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