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Non-Prime Credit Card Segments 2011:
An Opportunity Waiting To Happen
Boston, MA -- This report highlights opportunities in three heterogeneous credit card prospect segments which exist outside prime territory: subprime, consumers with an established credit track record indicating a higher risk of credit default, thin file consumers with credit bureau files insufficient for traditional credit scoring and underwriting, and no file/no hit consumers with no identifiable records at the major bureaus.
While most credit card issuers continue to favor prime-plus consumers as they continue to recover from the recession, appetites for non-prime consumers are beginning to increase.
Highlights of the report include the following:
"Make no mistake, we are not about to experience a massive new wave in subprime credit card account issuing. Issuers are exploring new strategies to selectively identify better risk consumers who have been through understandable economic difficulties, and they are also looking for better ways of identifying the hidden gems among those consumers with little credit track record," Ken Paterson, Director of the Credit Advisory Service and author of the report comments. "Selectivity and super-segmentation might be better terms for describing the interests of issuers as they seek new ways to grow responsibly."
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