06-06-2013 12:36 PM
I just checked Transunion website after getting an alert from this website for Equifax Score increasing. When my lender (trying to get a home loan) pulled my report on May 28th it showed Transunion at a 602 and when I just got on their site it shows a 662.
How accurate is that? I mean I have done a few things that would make it come up but didn't expect that huge of a jump. If that is accurate that would be AWESOME!!!!
06-06-2013 12:41 PM
TransUnion sells scores, but they aren't FICO scores.
Correct. They sell Transrisk scores. It has a range from 100-900 and obviously different algorithm than FICO.
06-06-2013 02:22 PM
Karrieu, try this if you haven't already read it:
It might help....one of the best posts on this site, if you ask me.
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