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Credit-scoring.JPGIn my May 4 blog entry, I asked you all to weigh in on NU’s latest “Question Of Ethics,” having to do with the ethics of using credit scores in underwriting and pricing. You responded in droves on this hot topic! Click on to read the column by Peter R. Kensicki, professor of insurance at Eastern Kentucky University, as well as a member of the Ethics Committee of the CPCU Society, who boiled down all the comments into a coherent summary for NU’s July 2 print edition. Also, feel free to add your opinions right here on the blog.

Readers Split On Ethics Of Using Credit Scores

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