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My Credit Card Balance Is Not The Same On Credit Karma As it Is In My Statements ?
It has been 3 billing cycles and my karma statement is still at a higher balance than my actual credit card statement?Is there anything i can Do about it?

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You are trying to compare 2 different types of Credit Scores.

CK's TransUnion Score is a "New Account Score"

Not sure what is on your Credit Card Statement but could be your "FICO Score"

Trying to compare the two is like tryin to compare 2 Cars, one being a Dart and the other a Ford. You need to compare like to like,  verify the the Score Models being used and what Credit Bureau they are from.

This has been asked and answered many times.

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Make sure you are looking at your prior month's statement because the lender always reports one month in arrears.  If the amounts are just a few dollars off, then I wouldn't worry.  If it is a large amount, then send copies of your statement with a letter to all three credit bureaus and tell them to correct the information.  Best of luck!

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