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chinese symbols on report?
Why does my credit karma page have a bunch of chinese/japanese symbols all over the place? Is my page hacked or something? Everything else is there.

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Hi Danielviste,

This is a small bug related to fonts/graphics on the webpage. It doesn't affect your credit report data and we'll fix it as soon as possible. 

Thanks for posting!

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Hummmm,   maybe CK's  Website was Hacked?

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Hello! While we certainly appreciate your concern, this is not the case. It's a graphics issue that we will fix as soon as possible. Thanks for your patience in the meantime.

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Thinking CK needs to have a review process in place, somthing like UAT User acceptance testing so these and other things are caught before pushed into production..

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