There are plenty of scores we know about — the score of the football game, the points your friend just scored against you in a word game on your phone and won’t stop crowing about — heck, some of us even still brag about our SAT scores. And of course, there are traditional credit scores. But there’s a new digital player in the scoring game, and it could be troublesome for many consumers, as it operates under the cover of almost complete secrecy.
who wants you?
By Mary Beth Quirk August 20, 2012