06-27-2013 06:53 AM
So I know that the scores on sites like Credit Karma are meaningless, but how should we interpret their "grade" breakdown. They assign letter grades to each major category such as utilization and AAOA. So if you have a C in something, are you considered fair in that category? I'm just wondering if you could actually somewhat measure where you stand by viewing that profile.
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