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Credit Card Recommedations by Credit Karma....
How does Credit Karma "Recommend Cards"
My scores are all 700+
It says poor for Discover IT (I already Have it)
It says poor for Barclay Card ( I just got the World Elite arrival+)
It says poor for amex blue cash ( I just got the gold delta and the amex platinum card)
It much just be a wild guess.....
It says good for freedom and 2 other cards i already have.

Just wondering if there is any data that goes into these recommedations.

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The recommendations are made by the advertisers (credit card companies shown here) who, by the way, pay for this site so we can get the education and credit scores for free.  The information used is just from Equifax and Transunion, but when you applied for the cards, they likely also checked Experian to make their decision and they might have used the FICO score.  Not a big deal, really.

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No data, 

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