The Emergency money call is a mini loan of € 100 to € 199 with a term of 1 to 2 months. The most commonly used approach to evaluate creditworthiness is the SCHUFA report. The target group for the emergency money call partly already has entries at SCHUFA. Therefore, other distinguishing features in the customer groups must be identified in order to assess their current creditworthiness and thus their repayment probability.
Our algorithm takes into account different data such as the personal Credit history, Transactions or Social media activities to determine the probability of failure. This is calculated in real time in less than 60 seconds. This enables the bank to grant smaller loans to customers with a high probability of default. It also identifies customer characteristics that have a significant impact on repayment behaviour.
Through the Client classification default risks can be identified and losses minimised for the bank and customers. The loan default rate was reduced by more than 90 % - and this at the same lending rate. Within just 3 months, the development costs for the Credit scoring.
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