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No score from transunion
I had good credit score from transunion until recently. From the past 5 days I see that no credit score (showing nothing)is available from Transunion. Just to let you know I do have good credit score from Equifax . Just wondering if anyone has faced similar situation.

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Same

Yeah I have that same issue now, I mean literally yesterday my score was right below a 700, did your score ever come back?

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My score just went from 748 to 0, claiming I have no credit cards availables. Obviously this is incorrect and my equifax is showing up correctly.
Is there something I should do, or will this correct itself?

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Mine did it this yesterday.  It was there one day and the next day it updated but there is no score available. 

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Hi my score did the same Did anybody score return?

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I have also been this for quite some time .

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Me neither

My score was in the mid 600s last week and now it says no score...any of you guys get it fixed?

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