Millennial Lending: Adulthood Means More Personal Debt

There’s one fact about millennials that may be lost upon most, except for an increasing amount of lenders: all members from the generation known for college debt are now officially adults.

That’s according to Pew Research Center, which uses 1996 as the cut-off year of birth defining the generation.

Moneylenders may

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    Generational Divide: How Age Affects the Preferences and Trends of Alternative Financial Services Users

Generational Divide: How Age Affects the Preferences and Trends of Alternative Financial Services Users

The more lenders know about their customers, the better equipped they are to align those consumers with the most relevant products and services.

In the alternative financial services (AFS) market, demographic data is essential to help define who consumers are, including the average age of borrowers, the type of credit

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LendIt 2018

Gaining the Competitive Advantage with Comprehensive Data
Leaders from Clarity Services, a part of Experian, provided compelling tips for capitalizing on expanded lending practices at this years LendIt Fintech USA 2018. We would like to thank all of those who attended the breakout session and for considering enhanced ways

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2017 Subprime Lending Trends

2017 Subprime Lending Trends
Get the definitive report on subprime consumer behavior!
As a lender, you can’t afford to rely on instinct or incomplete reporting. There’s no substitute for knowing the facts about the growing market of subprime lending – from consumer demographics to history with financial products.
Clarity Services,

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nonPrime101.com Helps Researchers and the Public Better Understand Non-Prime Consumers

Press Release 10/16/2013

CLEARWATER, FL – October 16, 2013 – Clarity Services, Inc., the leading credit bureau providing fraud detection and credit risk management solutions for Middle America, introduced nonPrime101.com in August 2013 to help provide access to research studies and articles focused solely on non-prime consumers.

“Clarity believes the first

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