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how can i block transunion from recording credit information about me.
I do not want Transunion to be able to interfere, or document any information concerning me and my personal business. seems. this should fall under some amendment of the united states of america

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Well, if you could block Transunioin, then you'd be able to block Experian and Equifax, too.  But you can't because credit accounts get reported so that potential creditors in the future will see how you have paid on past accounts, and that information will determine if they will grant you credit in the future.

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