New scores will include data from property records, utilities and telecommunications firms.
To be, or not to be mobile, that is the question. Either way, you’ve got a problem.
FICO finds old-fashioned skimming leading the way.
A new service from FICO will offer credit card issuing credit unions greater and faster flexibility in their card offering and marketing decisions, the firm said.
New service promises to make credit card marketing more efficient, FICO says.
FICO says it has found method for spotting homeowners more likely to default despite their good credit scores.
A website launched by the leading source of consumer credit data to help consumers better understand their credit scores has been picking up traffic steadily, according to a company spokesman.
LAS VEGAS — Driven by new economic realities, more and more banks and credit unions are now beginning to use the tools they've long had available to them to analyze the profitability of individual members and customers.
The Fair Isaac Corp., the parent of the widely used FICO credit score, is emphasizing the ways some of its analytical tools can help credit unions and other card issuers better target their card offers.
The Fair Isaac Corp. released a revamped edition of its debt collection software that the data company said will be easier and less expensive to deploy and use.