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Credit Karma Reporting wrong
Credit Karma is listing an issue on my Equifax report. When I went to Equifax, the issue does not exist. How can I contact Credit Karma to let them know about their error? Cannot find email or phone for customer service anywhere. Is this what free get you?

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This happened to me also.  Since the item was not on any of my credit reports, I ignored it.  My bank laughed when I said I used CK.  They said it is so inaccurate as to be ridiculous.  So, if it's not on your real credit report, I wouldn't worry about the misinformation on here.  Nobody uses Vantage scores.  They are for educational purposes only, but not based on any real facts.

There is a reason why you cannot contact them.  It's because they could not handle the calls from people trying to get things fixed.  I am a web developer, and also evaluate web sites for Google.  Having no contact information on a site is a HUGE red flag that it's not a legit operation.

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