Experian has recently announced that its creating a new credit scoring system to help people who live off the financial grid. These are people who cannot traditionally obtain bank loans. Experian’s new credit scoring system would consider a variety of things that traditional scores don’t account for such as rental property history, payday loan repayments. Its new system is also expected to examine public records such as child support payments. The scoring system is expected to have a range of between 401 and 900.

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