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Platinum Card you requested
I applied for the Platinum Card you requested & as turned down - why did you refer this to me vs another card

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Just like most any other website that offers services for free, Credit Karma is supported by advertising.  While they do put forth some effort to show you ads relevant to your credit situation, there is no way they can guarentee approval, or that the offer is even in your best interest. If you choose to consider these offers, it is your own responsibility to do research on said offers, and decide if it is right for you. Credit Karma is a great source for such research too by looking at customer reviews, and gauging your chances for approval, but ultimately you must make the decision to apply, as there is not a live person analyzing your report and refering you to a custom offer.

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