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How do I get a free credit report from Credit Karma
I would like to get a free credit report from Credit Karma
please mail the credit report to 1400 Blue Bell # 1913
Houston, TX 77038
Brenda Green
713-873-1438
I would like the score as well.

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Credit Karma is not one of the credit bureaus that businesses and financial institutions use.  It is set up as an interactive educational program for the individual to use so they can see in a "virtual" world what effect certain financial actions might have in the real world, without finding out the hard way.

The credit score you have here is based on information from Transunion.  Businesses might base their scoring on what is presented from Experian or Equifax.  You can get your free credit reports at annualcreditreport.com.  You will have to pay a fee to get the credit scores.  Another score that is used is from myfico.com.

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