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Why TransUnion?

TransUnion is a credit reference agency that helps you take control of your financial situation by providing Canadian credit reports and scores. The organization has been around since 1968 and has partnered with various credit score agencies.

FAQs about TransUnion

What information does TransUnion collect?

To draw up credit reports, TransUnion collects information regarding your credit history along with your personal information.

How is the information collected?

TransUnion saves the information it collects from companies you’ve opened credit with, past and present. This information is then saved against your name on TransUnion’s system and is used to build your credit profile.

Who will be using the information used by TransUnion?

The information acquired is made available to organizations, such as banks, who require it to approve a loan or credit that you’ve applied for.

What could affect my credit score?

Any late or failed payments against credit or monies borrowed harm your credit score. Bankruptcy or insolvency will also impact your credit score even after it has been resolved. However, making regular payments in full against your debt will improve your credit score.

How can I check my TransUnion credit score online?

You can check your credit score through TransUnion online after verifying your identity by answering a few questions. After successfully completing the online authentication phase, you’ll receive your TransUnion Credit Report and Credit Score via your confirmed email instantly.

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