Gain a more complete view of credit behavior with alternative credit data
The term “alternative data” is tossed about in the industry, but what types of alternative data can truly be used when lenders want to make a credit decision? Our research and compliance knowledge shows the data must be displayable, disputable and assess a consumer’s ability, stability and willingness to pay.
By pulling in new data sources that include alternative financing, account aggregation, as well as on-time utility and rental payments, we can provide a more holistic view of all consumers. These insights can help lenders identify and prevent fraud, determine an applicant’s ability to pay, and verify an identity.
Ultimately, it can improve credit access and decisioning for millions of consumers who may otherwise be overlooked.
Introducing Experian’s Alternative Credit Data: Clear Data Platform
Alternative Credit Data Demo
Gain visibility to consumers accessing small-dollar installment loans, point-of-sale financing and auto-title loans.
Verify income and assets within minutes, helping you decision on more consumers, quickly.
- Assets Verification
- Income Verification
Newest Trends Report on Alternative Financial Services and Subprime Consumers
Gain a 360 view and key takeaways in market trends, credit utilization, and consumer demographics in the newly released Alternative Financial Services Lending Trends report.
Webinar: Trends in alternative financial services
The alternative financial services industry, a $140 billion market, continues to grow annually at a 7-10 percent rate. Learn about the types of information used in alternative credit data and how to capitalize on this data to improve your lending efforts.
Infographic: Expand Your Universe
Get a glimpse of 4 different types of alternative credit data to help you identify opportunities to underwrite emerging customers.
Whitepaper: Explore the world of alternative credit data
Discover the latest trends in alternative credit data and how consumers in 2018 are behaving when it comes to credit quality and use, stability and loyalty.