If you’re looking for a way to boost your Transunion credit score, one great way to do it is to report your positive rental history on your credit report.
For car financing and leasing, most lenders now use Transunion’s Auto Score 9 to determine credit score. Features specific to this score include: third-party collections that have been paid off no longer have a negative impact; medical collections are treated differently than other types of debt. Unpaid medical collections will have less of a negative impact on FICO Score 9; rental history, when it’s reported, factors into the score—this may be especially beneficial for people with a limited credit history.
Your score can go up 30 points or more in the next 10 days by reporting the last two years of your rental history! There’s a one time fee of $85 to get the last two years of your positive rental history put on your Transunion credit report.
The cost for this service is normally $95, but use this code to get $10 off — BA969.