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what is my experian score

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Credit Karma is not able to get that information.  You will have to go to Experian's site to get that information. 

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You can get a Experian free "score" from Credit dot com, it's free, no detailed credit report just some overviews/summaries of your credit report, it's now updates every two weeks, you get two scores, VantageScore 3 and National Equivalency Score... Or you can sign up for one dollar 7 day trial from C redit C heck T otal, you get FICO8 score from all three bureaus, be sure to cancel it with-in 7 days.

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Forgot to add... Discover now offer Experian FICO8 for free, having their cards isn't required, anyone can sign up at their site, it's call credit scoreboard, it updates every 30 days, again no detailed report just some overviews

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