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Dynamic Delinquency

Dynamic Delinquency is a method used by scorecard statisticians to chart the expected level of arrears on new customers against actual delinquency, to check that the scorecard is still working properly and that new customers taken on are in-line with the target market of customers.

Will I see a Dynamic Delinquency score?

No, they are for internal use only and are different to the Credit Scores shown to consumers.

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