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It must be a TU issue... (although I pulled mine today without any problem). Your should have enough info there to generate a score. Try again.
bekl26 wrote:Thanks for your reply. I basically have my student loan, and two active credit cards that were opened 3 and 4 years ago. Neither card has probably been used this year with exception of the one when I ordered my scores last week. I have never had a loan other than education and I have a few older credit accounts so maybe that is why. I am ashamed to say I am fairly new to watching my credit reports/scores so alot of this is new to me. I am hoping to buy a home soon so just trying to make sure everything is in order. I heard Transunion had some issues, I thought I may wait and try to re-order after another week or so.
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fused111 wrote:Hey Tuscani:I noticed the same thing with TU. They seem two or three months behind EQ and EX. Did you speak with someone at TU? If so, what did they say?
04-25-2007 06:52 PM
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