komando.com | Nov 25, 2008

Sites help you get your finances in order

CreditKarma.com also provides you with a free credit score. The score comes from one of the three major credit-reporting bureaus. The site will also help you monitor your score over time.

bloomberg.com | Nov 13, 2008

Credit Scores More Important Than Ever for Best U.S. Loan Rates

One way to lower the ratio is to spread credit across multiple cards, said Kenneth Lin, chief executive officer of San Francisco-based Credit Karma. "Don't have one card that shows extremely high utilization with others that have zero utilization"

fivecentnickel.com | Nov 11, 2008

Free Credit Scores from Credit Karma

Two real strengths of Credit Karma are that they offer a plethora of statistics that let you know where you stand in a relative sense and they allow you to track your score over time such that you can see trends, and perhaps spot anomalies that might be signal negative information on your credit report. Oh, and one more thing... They're free.

LifeStyler | Oct 28, 2008

One on One With Credit Karma’s Kenneth Lin

The prospect of obtaining free credit scores was more than a little bit awesome, so I thought it wise to probe deeper to get an understanding of just how Credit Karma pulled it off.

Smart Money | Oct 15, 2008

9 Sites That Help With Everyday Budgeting

Thanks to the credit crunch, your credit score carries a lot more weight than it used to, especially when you want to land a loan or open a credit card. Credit Karma offers free daily access to your credit score...

about.com | Sep 22, 2008

CreditKarma.com Offers Free Credit Score

Credit Karma is the only place I've seen that allows you to get a free credit score with absolutely no obligation. You don't have to enter a credit card number. You don't have to subscribe to a credit monitoring service. The credit score is absolutely free.

The Street | Aug 5, 2008

How to Get Free Credit Reports – With Score

Credit Karma is a new Web site that gives you your credit score for free without forcing you to sign up for a trial offer or give your credit card number. It offsets the cost of the credit report it purchases for you by offering deals and advertising on its site.

Contra Costa Times | Jul 14, 2008

Web Sites Offer Free Credit Scores

Credit scores are key to your financial life, determining whether you can get a loan or a credit card and what interest rate you'll pay if you do, among other things. But not everyone knows their credit score, despite the importance of that three-digit number.