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Cyndi2014

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Auto loan and FICO score
Does anybody know which banks/ finance companies or loan companies use TransUnion in Southern California? Unfortunately my car got totaled on Sunday, and now I am desperate search for a new car. According to my last report (October 2014) my highest score was TransUnion at 683, I am not sure how much it as changed but I am hopping it has increased as I just finished paying my other car loan in November. Either way, I want to purchase a car for the lowest possible interest rate and my TransUnion report is my highest score right now.

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Try the Transunion website.

They generally have lenders that advertise on the site.  "Pre-Qualify" for a loan so that you know what your getting as far as rates and payments. 

Good luck

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Also realize, that your transunion score, FICO score and credit karma score are all going to be different....

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