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my credit score is 50 points higher on credit karma that it really is
my credit score is 50 points higher on credit karma that it really is and I ended up having the mortgage company pull my credit to start the process and found out after tracking my score on credit karma for over a year that it does not match at all! now I have all these HARD hits on my credit score. I will not use it anymore. it gave me false hope. I have searched for a phone number, but can not find one... if anyone can help me on that it would be great... thank you!

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Every credit score is calculated differently by the credit bureaus.  As is stated on this site, the Credit Karma scores are calculated using the Vantage 3 method.  If you read the credit articles here and used the financial tools provided here, you would not have had such a difficult time and would hasve understood credit much better.

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