Lenders Rely Less on FICO Score to Determine Creditworthiness

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The FICO three-digit credit score is becoming a smaller factor for banks in making consumer-credit and underwriting decisions. Reporter AnnaMaria Andriotis tells host Charlie Turner that banks have started using their own scoring systems based on their own internal data.

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