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is credit karma still updating?
my wife and I are both signed up separately and our scores have not changed in 2-3 months by even a single point. is the site still pulling updates for others? seems unusual for 2 scores to be completely stagnant..

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Scores don't always go up every month.  Mine hasn't, but it is higher than when I first joined.  Just keep using Credit Simulator to see what you might do to improve your score, make annual checks of all 3 credit reports to remove errors.  Remember that some negatives that are on your score last for a full 7 years, so it can take that long for the scores to make a significant change.  That is what I'm waiting for.

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It's not that our scores are bad... they just haven't changed up or down a single point in 5 months. Just seems unusual, but as long as it's still accurate then no worries. Thanks for the reply!

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