The Office of the Comptroller of the Currency issued a warning Tuesday to national banks that use computerized credit scoring models.

"Credit scoring models can be used well or badly," Comptroller Eugene A. Ludwig said. "Because they are so powerful, their potential for good-or ill-is magnified. That means they must be developed, implemented, tested, and maintained with extreme care."

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