- Posted by Laurie Anderson
- On July 25, 2017
- alternative credit data, consumers, credit history, credit scores, FactorTrust
Here is more evidence as to why customers sitting across the desk from you might be frustrated the rate attached to their installment contract isn’t as favorable as they expect. A new survey from FactorTrust indicated most U.S. adults do not understand what is and what is not included in their credit history, and therefore impacting their credit scores.
Out of 2,279 U.S. adults surveyed, the results showed 71 percent assumed that major credit bureaus are including all consumer credit history, including non-traditional payments like short-term loans, online, rent-to-own and more. This survey, conducted by Radius Global Market Research in June and commissioned by FactorTrust, showcased the disconnection between consumers and their own credit data.
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