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lies? uh, I think so. Does CREDIT KARMA blow? YES

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No one is ever in good standing

This site promotes certain credit cards, it would benefit those credit card companies for it to say you have a bad score so you go through creditkarma's portal to attempt to "Improve" your credit. Which I am sure they make some kind of commition on that. Weather you manage your money wisely or not, the scores are bad so long as isn't one of the few credit card companies promoted on this site.

This site is marketing for them, nothing less, nothing more. No matter how long I keep these credit cards I have, make all the payments on time, it never improves the score up but a few single digit points every so often.

This site will always tell you, your credit is bad so you go and apply for more credit cards until you make bad spending habbits and actually are in real massive debt.

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Yet another Clueless person trying to blame CK for their bad habbits.

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