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Transunion vs. Equifax
Why is there such a vast difference between my Transunion and Equifax credit scores? There is a 68 point difference and all the individual credit factors are the same.

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I had a 60 point difference prior to an update.  Now there is a 4 point difference. 

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Hummmm there must be something different.  On myTU and EX there is a 4 point difference.  But betweent those two and EQ there is a 30 point difference.  That is because there is a account showing late that i'm still working on.  So I would lood very carfully and make sure that there are know errors showing on your report.

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They are different companies and have different methods to calculate scores. But as already said, there may be some differences in the information contained on the reports that you are not picking up.

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