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New credit karma format?
Why is the credit karma accessed from my computer different (with a different score) than the one I access from my iPad?

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The new format is terrible! Really dissapointed.  It is not very user friendly and a giant portion of page at top is blank. Have to scroll down to see .

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Hi MamaStubbs! 

Great question. We are testing a new format of the Credit Karma website. This includes a new score model (VantageScore 3.0). We have not yet implemented the new model on our mobile app, though we will shortly. Until then, there will be a discrepancy. We apologize for this confusion. We believe the new score model will be more useful to our members, as it is more transparent and it is consistent between the three major credit bureaus.

Thank you for your patience!

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