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Why are Experian and Equifax not included here?
I notice TransUnion is on here but not the other two. What gives?

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Credit Karma is a teaching site and the sole purpose is to teach people how credit works and how to improve their credit score.  Only a little bit of information is needed to utilize the financial planning tools here so that individuals can get an idea of how their credit score would be impacted by certain financial activities.  Credit Karma IS NOT a credit bureau and nothing from this site is published or released in any way to anyone other than the individual Credit Karma account holder.

However, this site has provided information on how to get all three credit reports so that individuals can monitor their credit, and the articles on this site provide very useful information for those who take the time to read them.

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