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    Reporting of Rental Payments Could Have Positive Effect on Credit

    A new TransUnion analysis found that the reporting of rental payment information to the credit bureaus in a manner similar to other financial obligations could have a positive effect for the majority of subprime consumers' credit. Read more >>
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    TransUnion Launches New Feature Alerts to Help Fight ID Theft and Fraud

    TransUnion announces the launch of the first-ever instant alert feature, which notifies members as soon as someone applies for credit in their name, helping them to stop fraud faster. Read more >>
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    Study indicates up to $79B of $474B in HELOCs May Be at Elevated Risk of Default

    Nearly 16 million U.S. consumers held approximately $474 billion in balances on home equity lines of credit (HELOCs) as of December 2013, according to a new study by TransUnion. Read more >>
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    Two-Thirds of Americans Report Being Consistently Surprised by Their Medical Bills

    A TransUnion Healthcare national survey of insured consumers found that two-thirds of Americans report being consistently surprised by their medical bills. This could be due to the fact that, according the survey, only 25% of patients are being offered pre-treatment cost estimates from their providers Read more >>
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