My Thoughts on Credit Karma’s Free Credit Score
Credit Karma, like quizzle.com, is good for finding out generally how your credit score fares but don't count on it to be exact. But, at least it's free to find this out using Credit Karma or quizzle.com, whereas you'd have to pay the credit bureaus to get the same "almost" score.
What Your E-Mail Address Says About Your Credit Score
A new trend report published by Credit Karma ranks e-mail domains by the average credit score of Credit Karma users.
Websites That Can Help You Manage Your Credit and Finances
Credit Karma believes consumers have a right to know this information [credit scores] with no charge or without the bait and switch of 30 days free followed by enrollment products with confusing opt outs.
Why Should You Have to Pay for Your Credit Score?
Credit Karma buys your score from TransUnion and lets you have it for free, along with tips on raising it (if it's low).
What’s My Credit Score?
However, Credit Karma is offering your credit information including score for FREE! How do they do it? The advertisers pay for this service. NICE!... This is an amazing tool to take charge of your credit.
Best Ways to Get Your Credit Score
If you don't want to pay a fee for the score, you can get a pretty could idea of the range of your score by visiting www.credit.com and https://www.creditkarma.com. These sites also offer valuable information on how your score is determined and how you can improve it.
Some things to consider before you refinance
You can get a free approximation of your score at www.creditkarma.com
The New ‘Free’ Credit Reports: A Good Deal?
CreditKarma, launched a little over a year ago, offers a free credit score from TransUnion, along with a credit analysis tool and simulator, which helps you see how certain actions (say, applying for a new credit card or paying late) will affect your current score.
Denver credit-card users pay down debt faster than national rate
Denver borrowers recorded a 7 percent rate of decrease in their credit-card balances during the third quarter versus a 5 percent decline in Colorado and a 4 percent decline nationally, according to a report Wednesday from Credit Karma, a San Francisco provider of consumer credit-reporting services.
To Charge or Not to Charge: Should Credit Card Spending be Restricted for Young Adults?
Like most good things in life, credit cards can do us good or bad. So will the limitation help or hinder? According to Ken Lin of Credit Karma, this limitation could just keep young adults from building credit.