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Equifax vs Creditkarma
Why does Equifax say my TransUnion score is 718, when Credit Karma says my TransUnion score is 765?

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When a credit bureau gives scores for reports from other bureaus (in your case Equifax gives score for TransUnion), normally, that's FICO score based on credit report of the other bureau. Noone knows the real calculation of FICO score and sites like Credit Karma have their own ways of computing score. Also, if you retrieve report at different time, even the same way of score computing can give different results.

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Credit Karma vs equifax

Hi ,

I could see Good score in CreditKarma . 

transunion- 725 and equifax - 700.

But when i applied for auto loan through Digital Credit Union, they rejected saying equifax credit report is showing 0 .

So i am totally confused , should i trust credit karma score or not?

My situation is genuine and not a fake one.

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