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Karma can you please go back to posting daily credit score updates.
I would log on everyday to check my score. People around me would go to this site just to see why I liked logging on all the time. When your payment went through it would be posted the very next day and you could make a bigger payment to make your score rise even more , seeing your scoresite change each day. I'm asking Credit Karma to please return to daily updating your scores it has a great impact on your members. Thank you.

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Hi Vall601, we will not be returning to daily updates. We believe that providing weekly access to your full credit report is far more valuable than a daily score update. Even if Credit Karma updated daily, you wouldn't see quicker changes in your score - creditors send a report to the bureau regarding your payments and account activity once per month. They don't report every time you make a payment. Credit Karma doesn't calculate your score, the credit bureau does, using these monthly updates.  

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well atleast you can add Experian I could pay for 3 reports......

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