risk-based pricing

risk-based pricing
The practice of charging different rates to different borrowers based on differences in their credit worthiness. Typically, all other loan terms remain the same.
See Fair and Accurate Transactions Act ( FACT Act) for limitations on the application of risk-based pricing to consumer loans. American Banker Glossary

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