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The ‘Social’ Credit Score: Separating the Data from the Noise

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Wed, 19 Jun 2013

If you have a lot of friends on Facebook, it means you are popular in certain circles. Now, some lenders think you may also be creditworthy. Lenddo, Neo Finance and Affirm are among a growing number of credit companies that use personal data found on social networking sites such as Facebook, Linked

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