Building a case for alternative credit data: Scoring persistently credit invisible consumers

August 7, 2019 Ken Meiser

The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) has identified that approximately 45 million consumers are either credit invisible or unscorable by major credit bureaus. People who don’t have established credit face several obstacles; many may be unable to get approved for …

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