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How come I can not view all three credit scores on credit karma?

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Additionally, I believe the credit score you see on CK is an estimated score based on the information CK receives from TU, and not the actual FICO score. CK is a very good reference but it is certainly not an official credit data company.

But then, I may be corrected...

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Because Credit Karma gets information only from Transunion (one of the most commonly use credit bureaus) to help develop an interactive site for us to use in developing wise credit strategies.

To get all 3 credit reports, go to annualreport.com and order them.  They are free.  It is wise to check one's credit scores every year to make sure only the correct accounts and information are listed.

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