TransUnion provides credit information and information management services.TransUnion provides service to approximately 45,000 businesses and approximately 500 million consumers worldwide. It is also the third-largest credit bureau in the United States. Like major competitors Equifax and Experian, TransUnion markets credit reports directly to consumers. The company is based in Chicago, Illinois and its revenue in 2011 was US$ 1.024 billion.
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  • Steps to Take After Your Bankruptcy Discharge

    …, those creditors are no longer allowed to report negatively against your credit. Having a clean credit record is part of receiving the “fresh start” to which you are entitled by completing a bankruptcy case. Sending a copy of the discharge to the credit bureaus puts them on notice that you successfully completed a bankruptcy case and that creditors…

    Nick Gajewski/ Bond and Botes- 32 readers -
  • How To Repair Your Credit After Bankruptcy

    …, this fact alone can make you a better risk. That’s because your Chapter 7 filing has reduced your debt-to-income ratio by a remarkable and possibly spectacular degree. While a filer of Chapter 13 will enjoy a similar benefit, it won’t occur as quickly. However, the onerous budgetary restrictions under which such debtors normally live leads many…

    Michael West/ Law Office of Michael West- 34 readers -
  • Debt Solutions Explained

    … People on websites like often ask questions about companies offering ‘debt consolidation,’ ‘debt management,’ ‘credit repair’ or ‘debt settlement.’ These questions are asked so frequently that I am writing this blog to share helpful information. Both consumers and companies use many of these terms interchangeably. Each term, however…

    Dove Bankruptcy Law- 37 readers -