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Hello members! Is TransUnion slow in updating credit score?? they are using December data. OLD!!!
Whereas Equifax is very current, using a current 1/17/16 credit card balance to calculate my current credit score. Is Transunion typically this SLOW?? This results in different scores overall. What's their issue here??

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No updates 3 months

Transunion has not updated in 3 months even with disputes filed, I am currently starting law suit against them for failure to abide by fair credit reporting act.

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It doesn't happen instantly...

Credit data is always about a month behind from current activity. Many creditors typically report to the credit bureaus every 30-60 days.

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transunion is always 30-60 days slower than exquifax and experian, it's so frustrating.

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Enter Your Replythey are required to correct disputes and maintain accuracy within 30 days i siggest seeking an attourney to file a lawsuit against Transunion

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