A Credit Scoring Debate At NAIC

By Michael Ha

NU Online News Service, June 24, 11:04 a.m. EDT, New York?A consumer advocate accused state regulators meeting here of failing to act on the issue of insurers use of credit records for customer risk assessment–a process he said could be inherently unfair to poor and minority applicants.

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