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Is there a form that I can print to send to the other two credit stores?
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The credit scores here are for use in the education process since the purpose of Credit Karma is to TEACH people how credit works.  And,you will learn if you take the time to read the articles here, that there are numerous ways of calculating credit scores and that few creditors report to more than one credit bureau, so the scores will be different, and that's okay.

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You are entitled to one free copy of your credit report from each of the (5) credit bureaus per year.    You can go to their individual website to make the request; thats the way to the two little guys.  For the top 3, (Equifax, TransUnion, Experian) you can go to annual credit report dot com and make a request and get it immediately.  For Innovis complete an application online and they will make you a hard copy.   For LexisNexis you have to download a form, complete and send it to them for their credit report.   Routinely, I suggest you set a pattern of rotating them where you make a request for at rotoating intervals and follow that pattern yearly.  You will not get the actual scores for free,  although will get all information in the report for free.

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