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Trans Union New Account Model

Can some one please clarify why TU is now coming up with a secondary score listed as N/A with the header of New Account Model. I have a TU score listed right above it.
Thanks
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is this for MyFico?
 
 
 
TU hates me, i wouldn't be surprised if that 2nd score is a negative for me
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Californiagirl wrote:
Can some one please clarify why TU is now coming up with a secondary score listed as N/A with the header of New Account Model. I have a TU score listed right above it.
Thanks


Where is this new score?
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<------------- also confused. Where do you see this?
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Re: Trans Union New Account Model

On a mortgage credit report that my loan officer pulled. Both my husband and I have all 3 scores but the additional TU that states New Account Model and the score reads as N/A.
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could it be the upcoming fico changes in sept?
hmm,..probably not,..but sounds interesting anyway
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Californiagirl wrote:
On a mortgage credit report that my loan officer pulled. Both my husband and I have all 3 scores but the additional TU that states New Account Model and the score reads as N/A.


Could be Vantage. Could be mortgage industry scoring. Almost every industry also looks at their own variant of some scoring model.
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Bruiser wrote:
could it be the upcoming fico changes in sept?
hmm,..probably not,..but sounds interesting anyway




That was my first guess when I saw this thread - that TU is computing and supplying both scores, so lenders (or at least mortgage lenders) can see how applicants' scores are affected by the new formula. Useful information if you're a mortgage lender.

Doesn't necessarily mean that TU is the September CRA, though ...
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Revike wrote:


Bruiser wrote:
could it be the upcoming fico changes in sept?
hmm,..probably not,..but sounds interesting anyway




That was my first guess when I saw this thread - that TU is computing and supplying both scores, so lenders (or at least mortgage lenders) can see how applicants' scores are affected by the new formula. Useful information if you're a mortgage lender.

Doesn't necessarily mean that TU is the September CRA, though ...

That would be a careless choice since TU is so slow at updating.. talk about wreaking havoc on the consumer finance world! LOL
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