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.
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Credit Karma also provides you with a free credit score. The score comes from one of the three major credit bureaus. The site will also help you monitor your score over time. CreditKarma provides you with special offers based on your credit score. For example, you can get a lower interest rate on credit cards. You may also apply for offers from cable companies and other businesses.
Free Credit Score Site to Offer a Modeling Tool
Credit Karma Inc., a start-up that offers free credit scores online, plans to add features to let consumers calculate how their scores would change if they consolidate debts on to different credit cards or as they get older and build a longer credit history.
Free Internet Credit Scores
The new website offers scores developed by these major credit bureaus, including TransUnion and Experian Group.
CreditKarma.com – Free Credit Scores
Credit Karma is giving consumers something they've never had before - the ability to access a truly free credit score as often as they need to, and then to use it to gain preferred pricing on products they desire.
A Start-Up Offering TransUnion Scores
Credit Karma Inc., a San Francisco marketing start-up backed by current and former executives of E-Loan Inc., has begun offering free daily credit scores online.
Site Review: Credit Karma
A new company, Credit Karma, is seeking to turn this around 180 degrees by offering your credit report for free and presenting you with affiliate offers that match your demographics.
Free Credit Score Monitoring With CreditKarma
Now, a new site called CreditKarma is offering free daily credit scores. For comparison, FICO's own Score Watch program costs $89.95 per year.