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Credit Karma gives you free TransUnion credit scores of 4 different scoring models - (TransRisk, Vantage Score, Auto Insurance Score and Home Insurance Score). If you want to get credit scores from the other credit bureaus you can try out creditsesame.com (very similar to Credit Karma but gives you a score from Experian), quizzle.com or credit.com (also Experian), myfico.com (gives you your FICO scores, but a fee applies). Also you can get your full credit reports from all 3 bureaus for free once a year at annualcreditreport.com (however a fee does apply if you want to get your scores).

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I WANT TO NO MY CREDIT SCORE.

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I AM TRYING TO FIND OUT CREDIT SORE.

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I AM TRYING TO FIND OUT MY CREDIT

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