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Additional Data in Issued Loans CSV Download File

Over the past year, Lending Club has made additional credit attributes available for loans listed on our platform. Many investors have requested that these same attributes be made available for historical analysis. These attributes are currently available in the download of all issued loans on our Statistics page.

In addition to the over 40 new credit attributes, we’ve added some other relevant data fields – such as the Last Payment Date and Amount, Next Payment Date, date and range of the last Credit Score pull, a breakdown of Principal, Interest, and Late Fees received, as well as Payment Plan and Income Verification flags.

We’ve also synced up the naming conventions of this file with our Browse Notes CSV file (which is a real-time search of loan listings) and the In Funding CSV file (which is updated once-per-day).

Please note that for some of the new credit attributes, you will only see history dating back to March 2012. We’ll be maintaining the previous Issued Loans CSV download format for 120 days here.  We do reserve the right to modify or eliminate listed attributes going forward in our sole discretion.

The full list of data attributes with descriptions can be found in the data glossary. Feel free to email us at data@lendingclub.com if you have any questions.

Monday, April 8th, 2013 at 4:17 pm

Comments (1)

  1. Plasticman:

    Wouldn’t it be beneficial to Lendingclub.com if it provided an easy
    way for Old Fogies like me to leave all the Prime Borrower Notes
    that I’ve acquired without PROBATE! in Individual Trusts.
    Legalzoom.com charges start at $250! If Lendingclub designed a
    universal-One Size Fits All they could negotiate maybe a near $100
    deal for Lender members who at their option could pay for! Here is
    how it could work for Lendingclub.com’s benefit! Lendingclub.com
    need never lose any Prime Borrower Notes from their system if each
    Deceased Lender member apportions by Percentage amounts% of his
    many Notes to specific family members over age 21, Friends or
    Charities in Newly Formed INVESTOR ACCOUNTS for each Recipient!
    These Trusts should have these Restrictions: 1. The New Accounts
    can not be sold on the FOLIO or 2 years. 2,The recipients can spend
    any or all of the Principal and Interest Payments after 1 YEAR!.
    After each Recipient EXPERIENCES THE 260 DAY resulting CASH-FLOW
    during that FIRST YEAR then I can’t see how they would ever want to
    Leave Lendingclub by Cashing in Their new Accounts! Its an old saw
    that says ” ALL INHERITANCES ARE SPENT IN 6 MONTHS! So if Old
    Fogies want to extend their Hard Acquired WISDOM to their possibly
    Knuckle-Headed BENEFICIARIES. This Trust would be an APPEALING
    CHOICE for RETIREE-Lender Members. The BENEFIT to Lendingclub. com
    is that it DOES NOT LOSE CONTINUED REVENUE FOR AT LEAST 2YEARS
    after a Invester-Member passes on! Q.E.D. Plasticman

    April 14th, 2013 at 10:59 am

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