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Date of the first version of a credit score

With the byline ''By PYMNTS,'' somebody states a year of a seminal event

| By Greg Fisher

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FROM: Greg Fisher,
DATE: Tuesday, May 29, 2018, 5:54 PM
SUBJECT: credit score, date, 1956

Dear "By PYMNTS":

You wrote

In the early 1950s, an engineer named William Fair encountered a mathematician Earl Isaac who together decided to work out an automated credit scoring system for banks. In 1954, they came-up with the first version of the Fair Isaac credit score — or the FICO.

It was a huge flop.

By PYMNTS. (2018, May 29). Can Alternative Data Move The Dial For Financial Inclusion? Retrieved May 29, 2018, from

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Who is your source regarding the year 1954?

Please reply today.

Greg Fisher
Truth and Falsity
The Credit Scoring Site
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Dayton, Ohio 45409-0342
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