A credit score consisting of four values, each ranging from from 0 to 100 and typically falling in the 10-75 range. EDR considers a score of 34 or lower to be an indication of elevated risk that the specified person will not pay.
A score based on personal data, such as age and known negative reports, such as bankruptcy’s. In case of negative reports (not older than 5 years) the score is 1. A score of 0 usually indicates missing or incomplete data, due to an invalid address, for example.
A score based on statistical information on the neighborhood, collected by the CBS (`Centraal Bureau voor de Statistiek`)
A score based on statistical information on the neighborhood, collected by EDR Credit Services.