China Turns Credit Scoring Into A Game
The Chinese government will roll out a platform that rewards citizens with high scores and penalizes those with low ones
Scoring runs from 350 to 950, and those with higher scores have the privilege of booking certain hotel rooms in China without a previous payment while those with lower scores may run into trouble when applying for loans or authorization to travel abroad. The game has also partnered with a popular Chinese dating website where users can now view the credit scores of people they are interested in.
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