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Transunion's Creditvision, the enhanced credit information
What does Transunion's Creditvision hold for us regular people who just want to start over and let bygones be bygones? Because Creditvision shows prospective businesses what you have done in the past even though the accounts are closed and off the credit report. I have been able to start over and have good scores over 700 now. So what is going to happen when credit issuers or whoever discover this? TransUnion is offering a suite of CreditVision products, featuring an expanded credit report with new and enriched data fields, historical account information, premium algorithms, and new, more sophisticated risk scores and marketing models.CreditVision provides businesses with a much deeper historical view (30-months) of consumers for making effective credit decisions while giving users a fuller history of their credit management.

http://transunion.mwnewsroom.com/press-releases/transunion-launches-creditvisionr-enhanced-credit-information-1060654

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After giving it a quick read it should still be fine as long as your doing the things that you should be doing such as paying on time, never missing a payment and keeping your utilization low.  No matter what model people use, as long as we do our part we should always be fine.  If we do things like miss payments or keep high utilization then things like this would not be good for us.

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