Freddie Huynh
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Freddie Huynh

VP, FDR Data Optimization

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Freddie Huynh is Vice President of Data Optimization for Freedom Debt Relief where he is responsible for identifying new and better ways to use data to enhance their debt relief program. Previously, he spent 3.5 years at Freedom Financial Asset Management re-architecting the credit risk infrastructure to deliver some of the best returns within the marketplace lending industry. Freddie also spent 18+ years at FICO where he oversaw the development, maintenance, and analytic support for FICO® Scores and was the architect of FICO® Score 8 and FICO® Score 9. Also a financial writer and contributor, Freddie holds a B.A. in Mathematics from Claremont McKenna College and an M.S. in Operations Research from Stanford University.

Understanding Your Credit Score And What That Means For FDR Clients
Freddie Huynh

December 3, 2020

Everyone is hyper-focused on their credit score, but what is just as important as the…

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Debt Settlement – A Proven Solution In The Quest For Financial Health
Freddie Huynh

October 28, 2020

At Freedom Debt Relief, we completed a first-of-its-kind study to quantify what happens to our…

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Developing The Financial Muscle Memory For Long Term Financial Health
Freddie Huynh

October 13, 2020

Most consumers have too much debt. And, like losing and keeping weight off is hard,…

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Reduced Debt Burden — The Proof is in the Pudding
Freddie Huynh

September 29, 2020

When it comes to financial health, there is something even more important than a credit…

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Debt Settlement and the Road Back to FICO® Score Recovery
Freddie Huynh

September 15, 2020

The next post in our series discusses the FDR study quantifying what happens to our…

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Freedom Debt Relief: Demonstrating Positive Impact for Customers
Freddie Huynh

September 8, 2020

Freedom Debt Relief shares a first of its kind study demonstrating what happens to a…

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What Is UltraFICO and How Is It Different?
Freddie Huynh

February 5, 2019

There’s a new credit score on the block. Read this to find out what you…

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