FICO changes could mean lower credit scores for 40M people

About 40 million consumers who have fallen behind on their bills or have rising debt levels could see their credit scores fall significantly under changes being made by a widely used credit rating agency. Fair Isaac, which produces the FICO credit score, said the severity of the downward shift would depend on how recently the consumer ...

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