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A new study from nationwide consumer data firm TransUnion says its new CreditVision credit score will provide 26.5 million more American consumers with credit scores and will add significantly to the pool of A paper borrowers.

The firm studied a sample of 10 million credit records from its broader credit record pool at and compared how the traditional scoring system would score the records and how the CreditVision system would score them. In particular, the study sought to determine whether using the CreditVision score would result in significant numbers of consumers moving to a different risk tier and whether using CreditVision would result in more consumers having credit scores.

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