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Two Score feature?
When will we be able to see both Trans-union and Equifax scores on the same report, together?

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Hi mtncable,

We are gradually rolling this out to all 33+ million users. It's a delicate process, but everyone will have access to both scores and reports soon! Thanks for your patience. 

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"delicate process"  oh really?

guess it is not working 100% yet,   because if it was it would be rolled out to everyone.

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This new rollout is on major news sites across the globe, I hope it get up and running soon.

Maybe the test monkeys were on other projects.lol

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I will test it for you. Just set up my account.

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