Data Reporting

The effects of reporting data:

 

Reporting consumer data to credit bureaus is essential for your customers to reach their financial goals and imperative for you to grow your business. By reporting credit data, you can:

  • Reduce risky lending decisions – With access to more comprehensive credit data, lenders have a more accurate picture of a consumer’s behavior and can make more informed – and less risky – decisions.
  • Minimize delinquencies and collections – Other credit grantors may offer credit to your customer, not knowing that the customer already has an obligation to you. This may result in your customer getting over-extended and negatively impact their ability to pay you.
  • Increase on-time payments and collect bad debt – When customers know that their lenders report, they are more likely to pay on time. You can also encourage late payers to resolve outstanding debts before delinquency affects their credit.
  • Improve your customers’ experiences and cross-sell – By reporting positive data about your customers, you can reward good behavior and extend additional credit for other products and services.
  • Align with regulatory expectations and industry best practices – While credit data reporting is voluntary, you can align with regulatory priorities and best practices to help and protect the consumer throughout their financial journey.

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Types of consumers we report

  1.   Bad Debt Consumers
  2.   Tenant Pay History (Current & past due)
  3.   Judgment Debtors