Why are you asking for my Social Security number? - Savings Club

Why are you asking for my Social Security number?

March / 15 / 2022

We ask for your Social Security number as a part of an authorization request to conduct a credit check. This is optional and you can still fully participate in a Club without a credit check or providing a Social Security number. 

However, allowing us to conduct a credit check can be beneficial to you because, if the results are favorable, you may get a higher Savings Score and a better rate because this information reduces your risk relative to other Club members.

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