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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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    Rising Auto Loan Debt Trend Reaches Three-Year Mark

    Auto loan debt per borrower has now increased for three consecutive years, according to the latest TransUnion auto loan report. Auto loan debt per borrower has risen nearly 13% -- more than $1,900 -- since this trend began in Q1 2011. 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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