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Billion Dollar Club: Credit Karma

Billion Dollar Club: Credit Karma

The Wall Street Journal, 2015-02-19

As a part of a series on startups worth $1 billion or more, The Wall Street Journal profiled Credit Karma.

Five Facts on Credit Cards

Five Facts on Credit Cards

WBNS-TV CBS 10, 2015-02-19

WBNS-TV CBS 10 in Columbus, Ohio recommends using Credit Karma to research and compare credit cards before applying.

Tips to boost your credit score if you want to qualify for an auto loan

Tips to boost your credit score if you want to qualify for an auto loan

The Epoch Times, 2015-02-13

For consumers that want to qualify for an auto loan, having a good credit score is often a concern. Visiting Credit Karma is the first step you should take before you go loan shopping, so you can understand what your credit score is and how you can improve it before you apply.

What to do after the Anthem breach

What to do after the Anthem breach

GigaOM, 2015-02-06

Consumers concerned about credit card fraud can get their credit report, credit score and credit monitoring for free on Credit Karma.

Credit Karma's Top 5 Resources

Credit Karma's Top 5 Resources

Investopedia, 2015-02-02

The personalized recommendations and resources available on Credit Karma help its members strengthen their personal finances. Investopedia walks through the top 5 tools available on Credit Karma.

Lenders jockey on free credit scores

Lenders jockey on free credit scores

USA Today, 2015-01-25

More Americans will receive their credit score for free in 2015. Credit Karma offers free credit reports and credit scores from both TransUnion and Equifax, which can be updated every week.

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