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As specialists in managing consumer data, TransUnion has a wealth of industry experts who are able to provide insight and analysis into every sector, as well as add further depth to research.

In this section of our website you will find current TransUnion news stories as well as press releases issued in previous years. For any media enquiries, interview requests or industry insights, please contact our PR Team at pressteam@transunion.co.uk

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Viewing Articles for July 2005

Is a chequered credit history ruining your financial future?

18 July 2005

New research undertaken on behalf of www.MyCreditZoo.co.uk highlights just how important a person’s credit rating can be, and how a bad credit rating can dramatically affect their financial future.

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ONLINE ID VERIFICATION A WINNER FOR BRADFORD & BINGLEY

16 July 2005

Bradford & Bingley has introduced electronic ID verification on direct savings account applications to save customers the cost and inconvenience of providing ID documents and also reduce its application processing costs.

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Don't forget your credit file when you move house

15 July 2005

Credit reference agency Callcredit warns that people are at risk from identity fraud and being refused credit when they move home if they don’t move their credit file.

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Credit Score Quiz

13 July 2005

How long have you been on the Electoral Roll at your current address?

Not on the Electoral Roll.

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Seven out of ten Brits concerned for their identity

12 July 2005

Nearly 75 per cent of Britons are concerned their ID may be stolen but less than 19 per cent know exactly what they need to do to stop ID thieves according to the latest research from credit reference agency MyCallcredit.

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