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MyFico TU report differs from TransUnion.com

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This is very strange. I am talking about the actual credit report, not the credit score.

 

I pulled my TransUnion credit report this morning through MyFico.com and had a great report, it shows that I owe $0 in past due accounts.

I made a payment on a credit card recently so I was curious if it had posted to the credit bureaus already, so tonight I decided to check on TransUnion.com and do the 7-day trial thing, figured it was the cheapest/easiest way to see if the payment posted.

 

To my surprise, the TransUnion report shows different information than the one pulled from MyFico.com. It says I owe $26,541 in past due amounts.

 

Anyone know why this may be?

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