Credit Scores Based on Social Sites Behaviors

10/21/2015
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Fair Isaac Co says it’s considering what you’ve got going on with your social sites when determining your ability to repay.

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13 thoughts on “Credit Scores Based on Social Sites Behaviors”

  1. FL-MTG-BRKR says:

    I was taking a sip of coffee, and literally spit it out everywhere from laughing, when I saw the awesome pic of Frank and his ass…

  2. HEADS UP EVERYONE, FACEBOOK USE MAY NOW EFFECT YOUR CREDIT SCORE?

  3. Dora Griffin says:

    When the government takes over something they never give it back.

  4. Kenneth Hanson says:

    Next question will be, if you don’t have a Facebook account will your score suffer since there is no data for them to check? I wonder if you use positive words, will your score increase?

  5. Kenneth Hanson says:

    What if you use positive words over and over, will that increase your score?

  6. Mark Hanna says:

    "BIG BROTHER IS WATCHING YOU!"
    George Orwell 1984….if ya get a chance read the book someday if ya haven't!

  7. Divedude says:

    I snarfed my coffee when I saw that too. Disgusting!!

  8. C'mon Frank. Don't employ the Trump tactic of 'say anything'. No where in the published research or statements does it say the trending data influence will increase the percentage of 'low income' individuals scores from 12% to 21% of the population. That reference applied to the Super Prime risk tier. Don't know what your agenda was adding that 'low income' statement.

  9. #Wasted lol Hey fellas!

  10. Gary Ahrens says:

    Love the post. Love the video of the guy "wasted"

  11. David Means says:

    You're recent shows have had a very low volume level. Can you boost it up a bit for us seniors?

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