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Bay Area Residents Pay Off Debt Faster

Bay Area Residents Pay Off Debt Faster

Wall Street Journal, 2010-07-09

Credit Karma Chief Executive Ken Lin says the high cost of living here, coupled with the weak economy, is making locals feel "cash poor" and thus discouraging them from taking on more credit-card debt.

How to Lower Your Credit Card Interest Rate

How to Lower Your Credit Card Interest Rate

U.S. News & World Report, 2010-07-07

The better your credit, the more attractive you'll be, and you can check your score for free with something like Credit Karma (save your money for your debts!).

Credit-card issuers on the prowl for more fees

Credit-card issuers on the prowl for more fees

Denver Post, 2010-06-29

"They [credit card issuers] are very good at the letter of the law, just not the spirit of the law," said Ken Lin, chief executive of CreditKarma.com, which tracks card activity.

What is Credit Karma?

What is Credit Karma?

Credit Shout, 2010-06-18

Credit Karma is a revolutionary new service that provides customers with what they call the Credit Report Card. Consumers can use CreditKarma.com to see their credit reports, credit score and more for free. That's right, Credit Karma is completely free to use.

U.S. Consumer Card Balances Decline

U.S. Consumer Card Balances Decline

Collections Credit Law, 2010-06-14

U.S. consumers' average credit card debt in May fell to its lowest level so far this year, while credit scores held steady, according to new data Credit Karma released June 9.

Banks, Consumers See Card Stats Improve

Banks, Consumers See Card Stats Improve

TheStreet.com, 2010-06-09

"The rate of charge-offs seems to have peaked in December 2009 and January 2010," said Ken Lin, CEO of Credit Karma, the advocacy group.

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