Credit Report Monitoring & Identity Protection Services Protecting your customers (and your bottom line) from fraud
Jun. 28, 2002; OBR 83/84
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Abstract: For the first time, we take a comprehensive look at the burgeoning consumer-direct credit report market. Industry trends are identified along with sales and revenue forecasts through 2011.
The various credit report products, both for one-time sale and the more comprehensive subscription plans are reviewed and evaluated. The excellent business case for financial institutions is presented and supported with costs and benefits.
Finally, we take a look at 10 key industry suppliers and resellers. Two, who are pushing the credit-report envelope are identified and analyzed in more depth.
Primary research results: The report includes the results of our proprietary online research fielded June 21-23, 2002. Subscribers may purchase the full dataset for an extra fee.
- What your customers think
- Consumers speak out
- OBR market research results
- Building customer trust:
-One credit report at a time
- Fair, Isaac
- First American CREDCO
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Companies mentioned: Equifax, Experian, ConsumerInfo.com, TransUnion, Fair Isaac, First American CREDCO, Intersections, Inc., Mighty Net, Privista, PromiseMark, Trilegiant, Cendant, PrivacyGuard, TrueLink, TrueCredit, Provident Bank, QSpace, Yahoo, HomeStore, Intuit, MyFico.com, Pentagon Federal Credit Union, Lehman Brothers, Lehman Bank, CardPal.com, ChexSystems, eFunds, CitiGroup, Travelers, Capital One, DiscoverCard, American Express, iPlace, E-Loan, LendingTree, WorthKnowing, CitiMortgage, First American Corporation, CoVest Bank, GlenView State Bank, MIMS International, Metris, Target Financial Services, Google, AltaVista, Citibank, ING Direct, US Bancorp, CheckFree