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How Credit Karma Works

How Credit Karma Works

Investopedia, 2016-12-05

Credit Karma gives people free access to their TransUnion and Equifax credit scores without selling visitor information. The business model is based on finding a win for everyone by presenting tailored offers from financial companies.

Impact of Processing Debit Cards as Credit

Impact of Processing Debit Cards as Credit

WKYC, 2016-12-05

Bethy Hardeman, chief consumer advocate at Credit Karma, explains the difference to your finances between marking a transaction as a credit or a debit card payment.

Credit Karma launches in Canada

Credit Karma launches in Canada

Finextra, 2016-11-29

Credit Karma will offer Canadians free access to credit scores and credit reports for the first time.

What are the top finance apps?

What are the top finance apps?

Business Insider, 2016-11-17

Ratings for mobile apps developed by financial technology companies outrank banking apps, reports Business Insider. Credit Karma is one of the top mobile finance apps.

Best Airline and Travel Credit Cards

Best Airline and Travel Credit Cards

Refinery29, 2016-11-13

Bethy Hardeman, Credit Karma's chief consumer advocate, explains how to look for the best airline and travel credit cards to maximize your rewards.

Best Credit Cards for Building Credit

Best Credit Cards for Building Credit

GoodCall, 2016-11-09

Credit Karma Chief Consumer Advocate Bethy Hardeman shares her top tips to build your credit. She also shares some recommendations for college students.

Forbes Fintech 50 - 2016

Forbes Fintech 50 - 2016

Forbes, 2016-11-07

Credit Karma was recognized as one of the top 50 fintech companies by Forbes for the second year in a row.

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