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Can i get a credit karma account with ITIN number?
I do not have a SS but I have an itin number wich I have used to open bank accounts get a credit card and get my Experian credit score. Can I use this ITIN number to get an account with credit karma??

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No, you will not be able to use Credit Karma with an ITIN. Credit Karma is only available for those with a Social Security Number. 

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There is a lot of people, without social, that has made their credit, with ITIN, Equifax, recognizes ITIN to build credit, and would be great if you do as well.

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I have an I10 number

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how can I start establishing my credit 

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If I add as an authorized user to one of my credit cards and they started started establishing credit that way

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