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I hate the new look!
Why can't I see more than a few months back on the score chart? I used to be able to see the history of my scores in increments of 1 month, 3 months, 6 months, 1 year, and full, which was over 3 years for me. I can't find that function on the new site. Everything is broken into different sections now instead of a few easy tabs to go between the credit score and insurance scores. It's nice that we are getting Equifax scores now too, but I'd rather have the old site back!!!

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man i totally agree. why fix it if it aint broke.  i almost hate going to credit karma now.. sheesh !!!

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Not much you can do about that.

VantageScore 3.0 is new along with the redesign.  There are only a few historical scores avaialble.  There is a link to look at the old TransUnion New Account scores from the old site design.

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Thanks for pointing out that link! It must've been added recently - I swear it was not available when I looked the first time.

However, it still doesn't show the full history that I was was hoping for, still just 6 months of data instead of years.

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