With significant bandwidth tax affecting us, it’s important to identify program retention tools that support participant engagement. One of those is the credit report and credit score, both providing tangible information to measure and track progress over time. This month we explore the importance of credit data in coaching and counseling by homing in on one tool, FICO® Score Open Access for Credit and Financial Counseling.
This FREE program enables credit and financial counseling providers to share FICO® Scores already purchased (for example, through CBA Access*) for the purpose of providing financial counseling and/or financial education services, with their participants. But the catch is, you can ONLY disclose FICO® Scores if you’re credentialed through FICO’s program.
Interested in learning more about how to set up with FICO® Score Open Access for Credit and Financial Counseling and strengthen your program retention toolbox? Join CBA and FICO for a webinar overviewing the program eligibility, benefits, and process. This technical session is designed for financial counselors and coaches and program managers or directors interested in setting up.
*Through CBA’s Access Service, nonprofits can purchase traditional credit data through the big three credit bureaus (Experian, Equifax, and TransUnion) and add on FICO® Scores (or VantageScores). In addition to access to the credit report with the score, organizations may also be eligible to participate in the program, FICO® Score Open Access for Credit and Financial Counseling.Register Here
Please note: This session is part of the CBA Community Webinar Series and is open to CBA Members and Allies.
Real-time captioning will be provided for this webinar. For other accommodation requests, questions about the webinar, or the registration process, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.