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Furthermore our bespoke credit scoring system ensures our selection process for an applicant remains robust and in line with key performance indicators.
First, liens are considered seriously derogatory by most credit scoring systems, including FICO who paid off a federal tax lien in June of 2008, well over two and a half years before the IRS announced their new lien withdrawal policy, was able to have the lien removed from his credit report.
The company said the new offering, dubbed the FICO Score Trends Service, will help users of its scores in their migration to the FICO 8 credit scoring system, will offer specific scores designed to measure risk for specifically credit card loans, mortgage loans and auto loans and will enable credit unions to compare their loan performance data against other lenders in their metropolitan statistical areas.
We, as an industry, need to capture the creditworthiness for these new immigrant borrowers in a more accurate way through understanding their payment history not captured by traditional credit scoring system," DeHerrera added.
If healthy banks are able to invest in credit scoring systems to identify the potential borrowers, and start to take the credit risk in making slightly sub-prime loans, then the benefits to the economy should be substantial.
Many use a credit scoring system to allocate points to various pieces ofinformation, such as your age,joband whether you own a home.
Fair, Isaac developed the credit scoring system in the 1980s and its product is the most widely used.
The case is the first to be brought by DOJ alleging discrimination in a loan underwriting decision process based in part on the credit scoring system used for evaluating loan applications.