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RNDpoint Partners with RiskSeal to Transform Digital Credit Scoring in Emerging Markets

9/02/2024
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RNDpoint, a leading provider of Fintech solutions, announced its partnership with RiskSeal, a pioneering digital credit scoring platform. This collaboration aims to empower online lenders to penetrate remote unbanked and underbanked markets, providing a reliable and cost-effective solution for the lending industry. 

The absence of reliable credit scoring models in remote regions has posed challenges for lenders seeking to expand their reach. Recognizing this gap, RNDpoint has strategically aligned with RiskSeal to provide online lenders with insights into customer behavior and creditworthiness. By integrating RiskSeal’s digital credit scoring solution, RNDpoint equips lenders with the tools to mitigate risks associated with lending to new customer segments.

We are excited to collaborate with RiskSeal to equip lenders with the tools to enter untapped markets efficiently and mitigate risks associated with lending to new customer segments. This enhances trust in lending relationships, as our partnership provides a holistic view of customers’ digital footprints, allowing lenders to make informed decisions.

With RiskSeal’s solution, RNDpoint can offer online lenders an early warning system for potential defaulters. This allows online lenders to detect patterns in online behavior, preferences, and social interactions, identifying customers with both the means and intention to contribute substantial value.

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