How Cellphone Use Can Help Determine A Person’s Creditworthiness

How Cellphone Use Can Help Determine A Person’s Creditworthiness

By David Greene

In the developing world, where many people lack bank accounts or credit cards, banks may hesitate to loan them money. But researchers say cellphones can help determine people’s creditworthiness.

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