The Alternative Banking group of Occupy Wall Street is looking to Richard Cordray, director of Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, to revamp our credit scoring system.
In a letter sent last week, the group made 10 suggestions for what the CFPB should do as it takes over rule-making under the Fair Credit Reporting Act. Here's a quick look:
Credit scores should be calculated using a model that is public and freely available.
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