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Can Audi finance me with a credit score of 647 in Trans and 645 in Equifax? Want to to get a new car

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Audi auto finance requires typically a 700+ score

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confused on score

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Credit union had my credit score at 649, credit karma has it at 637.  Which is correct?

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I may be wrong, but these are my findings.  Credit Karma gets paid as an affiliate when promoting offers from loans, credit cards, etc.  They most likely list our scores a bit lower from the real scores, so that when you apply for their "recommended offers,"  you are paying the loan and credit card companies higher interest rates, and therefore Credit Karma makes more money from their referrals.  

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