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February 7th, 2008 | Prosper.com, Statistics, Tools
The percentage is the amount of money 1 month late or worse versus the amount of money originated. The horizontal axis is the days past origination.
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#1Little Trollon 02.08.08 at 12:40 pm
any idea what causes the big spike after day 392?
#2RateLadderon 02.10.08 at 9:11 pm
I am not sure. It is clearly a payment date that is missed by quite a few people.