Identity score

Identity score

It is said that a true man wears his own identity
wherever he goes. Identity score as defined from
financial institutions determines the validity of a
person’s individuality.

Identity score always deals with persons’ public
realm. Identity score is gradually gaining popularity
in the sector of banking and commercial dealing.

It is now been considered as a reliable concept to
tackle the rising cases of forgery, corruption and
deceit in business dealings.

By applying identity score banks and associated
organizations can assess the public identity records.

Identity scores contain a detailed account of consumer
data that assures a person’s legitimacy.

Identity score components can include personal
Identifiers public records, Internet data, government
records, corporate data, predicted behavior patterns
based on empiric data, self-assessed behavior
patterns, and credit records.

It is also right to mention that identity scoring is
an upcoming measure that directly assists crime
investigation and proposes to prevent anti-terrorism.

Identity scores can be broadly categorized under three
heads:

a) public records,

b) private records and

c) credit records.

Public record can further be segregated into sections
like national, state and local government records,
financial records like bankruptcies, liens and
judgments, property ownership records and law
enforcement records for felony and misdemeanor
convictions.

Private (non-credit) records can hold in itself any of
the following details:

a) Bill and utility payments,

b) collected personal information from marketers or
affiliates,

c) information provided to subscription-based Internet
services,

d) billing information from medical services,

e) private background checks conducted by human
resource departments and information submitted to any
or all credit bureaus or credit reporting agencies and

*Auto insurance* underwriting scores generated from
credit records.

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