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Consumer data firm TransUnion said Thursday tests showed its new credit score outperformed traditional scoring approaches. In fact, one auto lender could have approved 24% more loan applications and grown the loan portfolio between 5.7% and 11.5%.

TransUnion tested the new score, CreditVision Link, with roughly 30 lenders and 35 million consumer credit reports. In the tests, lenders provided credit histories from between 12 and 24 months prior. TransUnion scored those records with the new scoring system and compared them against how the consumers performed on their loans.

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