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CreditKarma.com

Does anyone here use creditkarma.com Do you know how accurate it is?

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Re: CreditKarma.com

I use CK just to know when things pop up on my credit report. They say my score is 604. We are a year into a Ch. 13 BK so this sounds about right but it has been a while since I pulled a score here to compare.

Filed Chapter 13 bankruptcy April 2012 after two and a half years in a DMP. Finally nearing the end!
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Re: CreditKarma.com

Credit Karma is about 35 points lower than MyFico for TU score. I've found that Credit.com is a lot closer than CK is and it's also a free service. But either way, none of them are true Fico scores like MF


Last app 3/21/13
EQ 658 (5/28/13)
TU 608 (5/1/13)
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Re: CreditKarma.com

    Credit Karma's scores are fako scores so I wouldn't put too much stock in them.

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Re: CreditKarma.com

As far as I can tell from mine, they pull from the TU report only.

FICO: EQ 768 | TU 813 | EX 781

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Re: CreditKarma.com

MYFICO and my Credit Karma score are only 15 points different I was surprised but I use Credit Karma, Credit Sesame and as you can see MYFICO they all do different things for me I get different info from each one. If it was not for the advice I got from Credit Karma my T/U would not have gone up 50 points in one day. I had only one car loan from Chase I pay extra and on time but I was very apprehensive to apply but since Credit Karma told me to apply that's the only reason I did and I was approved for a very high balance.

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