| By Greg Fisher
Social media is imploding.
By Pymnts. (2018, January 02). FICO Monopoly On Mortgage Lending Threatened. Retrieved June 1, 2018, from https://www.pymnts.com/news/alternative-financial-services/2018/fico-monopoly-on-mortgage-lending-threatened/
In its HTML code, the title of another pymnts.com page is <title>Social Media Can Boost Or Break Credit Scores | PYMNTS.com</title>. The headline on the page (as if it will actually explain the frightening -- albeit silly -- notion) is "How Social Media Posts Impact Creditworthiness." #SillyNonsense
A Fair Isaac spokesman clarified: "The headline about social media posts created a misperception. FICO is not utilizing Facebook data, or any other type of social media data, in calculating FICO Scores."
FROM: Greg Fisher, email@example.com
TO: Karen Webster, expert, PYMNTS.com and CEO, Market Platform Dynamics; Alexander Terzian, VP, Data and Content Solutions, PYMNTS
DATE: Thursday, May 31, 2018, 12:49 PM
SUBJECT: Re: credit score, date, 1956
Employers do not use credit scores. I looked into it over a decade ago.
What is the name of the person who wrote, "He also digs into how credit scores are used for determining if an employee would be a good employee — despite the fact that credit reports take into account for multiple types of debt, including medical bill debt"?
By PMNTS. (2016, April 14). Last Week Tonight Takes On Credit Report Errors. Retrieved May 31, 2018, from https://www.pymnts.com/news/2016/hbos-john-oliver-rips-into-credit-reporting-agency-errors/
I wrote about you yesterday. Reply today, please.
Follow the activity of Item #1510J using that hashtag.