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    I have a healthy and lengthy credit history in the US but I will be moving (aprox. 2 years) with my Canadian spouse to Canada and I’m worried about the credit score and history since AFAIK Transunion, Equifax and others don’t share credit history information across countries.
    Is there a way for Canadian banks to get that information? Would I be considered entirely new credit?


    I took out a loan for a car. It was the first time I had to borrow money. Contacted one company. Their staff gave me good advice about tripoint lending personal loans. We agreed with them on good terms both for me and for their company. Everything went quickly and honestly. I really enjoyed working with this company.

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