TransUnion 2019 Review
Your credit score is an important factor in loan approvals, auto insurance, and even job applications. TransUnion gives you unlimited access to your credit history, credit reports, and sends you alerts if there are any changes, such as new accounts opened in your name, credit card balance increases, or late payments.
To sign up for TransUnion, you simply provide basic information and answer security questions to see your TransUnion score. To access your three bureau score, there is a single fee of $29.95, which you must pay each time you want your updated report and scores.
- Accreditations: TransUnion holds an A- from the Better Business Bureau (BBB).
- Alerts: With just your name and social security information, identity thieves can take your credit card information, take out a car loan, or open a new bank account. Because identity theft is such a widespread problem, TransUnion has a mobile app for iOS that alerts you of potential identity fraud. They send alerts when lenders request access to your report, when someone tries to open a credit card, take out a car loan in your name, or if there are any changes to your credit reports from all three bureaus.
- Access To Credit Scores: Users have unlimited access to TransUnion credit scores and three bureau credit monitoring.
- Customer Service: TransUnion aids you in disputing items on your credit reports. You can reach them by phone Monday through Thursday 8 am to 12 am ET and Friday through Sunday 8 am to 8 pm ET.
- Identity Theft Insurance: Depending on the plan you purchase, TransUnion provides $25,000 or $1 million in identity theft insurance in the case your information is compromised.
- You must pay for your Equifax and Experian report every time you want to access your updated scores.
- The scores given varies from your FICO® score, which is what lenders generally use.
TransUnion charges $19.95 for your TransUnion credit score and report.
Your three bureau score is a single fee of $29.95 that you must pay again when you want your updated report and scores.
TransUnion offers some credit monitoring by allowing you access to your credit reports and scores. However, it is more expensive than some other services.
Frequently Asked Questions
How long is TransUnion's trial period?
TransUnion offers a 7 day trial period for $1, but you are billed if you do not cancel within the first 7 days.
What other services does TransUnion provide?
TransUnion provides some identity fraud protection and compensation.
Does TransUnion share my information with other credit reporting companies?
No. TransUnion does not share any credit information. If you are looking to obtain your Experian or Equifax credit report, you must contact them directly.
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- Year Founded 1968
- Pricing Starting at $19.95/month
- Trial Period 7 days
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