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Transunion computer glitch
Has anyone recently had there credit report from Transunion jacked up? A few days ago I noticed my credit score dropped by 50 points and I wasn't sure what happened, so I took a look at my CR and noticed that they had added 92 inquiries to my report. WTF...so I called TU and guy in customer service assured me that it's a glitch in their system and they are currently working on it and it should be resolved in a few days. Anyone else noticed this and it's only with TU.

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yes!

Yes, mine jumped up 65 points then dropped 65 points a week later. Today It jumped up 45 points. with no changes to my credit report

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