Experian claims employers consider credit scores for hiring

A long time ago, Experian, itself, stated, “Experian’s business policy prevents the inclusion of credit scores with an employment report, at Experian called Employment Insight.”

Today, however, Experian states, “Creditors, landlords, and even some employers consider a person’s credit score before deciding whether they will approve a loan, lease an apartment, or hire an applicant.”

That quotation is from ProtectMyID, a “part of Experian.”

In the United Kingdom, for that kind of monkey business, you are rewarded with knighthood.

And, with that, we have a new countdown.

 

UK, credit score, employers, Stirling Observer

From: Greg Fisher [mailto:greg@creditscoring.com]
Sent: Sunday, August 21, 2011 10:29 PM
To: Donald Morton, deputy editor, Stirling Observer
Subject: UK, credit score, employers, Stirling Observer

See this message and your response at http://blog.creditscoring.com/?p=2408.

You published, “Employers may check your credit score, and read your credit report to find out more about you.”

Who is your source regarding credit score use by employers?


Greg Fisher
The Credit Scoring Site
creditscoring.com
PO Box 342
Dayton, Ohio, US,  45409-0342