In Poland, a law made loan algorithms transparent. Implementation is nonexistent.
Since May 2019, and as a first in the EU, Polish consumers have the right to know in detail why a bank decided to grant or refuse them a loan, even for small amounts. But in practice, banks are still reluctant to provide such information. – “Hello, I would like to buy an Xbox One S, a game console, and pay in installments”, I am asking in a large electronics store. A saleswoman guides me to the sales pit, sits in front of a computer and begins an interview. Who do I work for and how much do I (...)
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