Social Media May Influence Your Credit Worthiness
Some lenders look at how you interact with friends and customers on Facebook and Twitter to decide whether you're a good loan candidate.
Most people understand that how you interact on social media informs a number of decisions social networks make, from the ads they serve you on Facebook to recommendations for new people to follow on Twitter. But lenders are taking your social footprint to another level, requesting access to your accounts in order to determine whether or not they want to do business with you. Read full story on InformationWeek
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