Get your Canadian credit report & score*

Don't worry. Checking your credit score won't lower it.


*Offer Details: Your TransUnion Credit Score & Credit Report are available as part of our subscription-based credit monitoring service. You will be billed at the cost of only $19.95 per month. Plus tax where applicable. You may cancel at any time. The TransUnion Credit Score product is not part of TransUnion Canada’s consumer disclosure or dispute services. Consumers who reside in the province of Quebec are entitled to see their credit score and score factors for free on their consumer disclosure.

Who We Are & What We Stand For

TransUnion is a global information & insights company that makes trust possible, ensuring consumers are reliably & safely represented in the marketplace.

We believe consumers and organizations should be able to transact with confidence and achieve great things.

That’s Information for Good®.

Consumer Assistance

Find out how to qualify for a free copy of your Consumer Disclosure. Now available online.

A Consumer Disclosure is a complete account of all the information on your credit file as mandated by consumer reporting legislation. A Consumer Disclosure does not include your TransUnion Credit Score.

Find out how to add or modify a Potential Fraud Warning or protect your Social Insurance Number.  Now available online free of charge.

Find out how to dispute an item on your credit report.



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