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Re: CreditKarma why change a good thing....

I love this. People complaining about a free service because they can't feed their once a day credit report addiction. I quite like the new interface, especially the "Upcoming" section of the site. Once a week pulls is perfectly acceptable and they're not forcing me to add any bank accounts so that's good.


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Re: CreditKarma why change a good thing....

The app is really nice too!!

C'mon jollehroger, you knowwww you like freeeeeeee stuff!!! 😌
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Re: CreditKarma why change a good thing....


rm3 wrote:
They've changed the website again. No daily pull this morning. Grrrrrr

Right... Everyone should go to their FB page and blast them.. I've been all over it..  They respond to almost all posts from people..

 

They are reporting several of my credit cards multiple times... Each of the same card they are reporting with a different balance, different "last update" date AND completely wrong CLs.. All for the same cards... I told them that look and feel issues can always be addressed, but when the underlying data upon which their entire business model is horribly flawed, then they are completely useless. I could just plug in fictitious numbers in to a spreadsheet and write a bunch of formulas to come up with all kinds of crazy and wrong data points..

 

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Re: CreditKarma why change a good thing....

I kind of like the new interface and a once a week pull. Most days nothing changed so I probably won't miss the daily pulls too much.. see ya..lol. I'm not too fond of entering in ID/password information from account sites though... right now I don't think it's worth the risk.

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Re: CreditKarma why change a good thing....

I don't mind it personally.  This will all blow over and everyone complaining will be using it, even though they react that they are boycotting the free service.  Move along, there is nothing to see here.


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Re: CreditKarma why change a good thing....

Hahaha "move along, there is nothing to see here"
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