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Why did i get turned down on a credit card offer that was rated Very Good on my recommendations?!
Credit Karma recommended this credit card. I'm trying to increase my score now I'm going to take a hit instead!

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Did you read the articles to learn how credit works?  Did you know that the only reason Credit Karma is free is that they allow credit card companies to advertise on this site in return for the companie's paying for the set-up and maintanence.  The companies send out solicitations for business (credit card offers) based on the information available here, which is not your complete credit history.  Also,  the CK scores are computed by the Vantage 3 method but other companies use different methods and will achieve different scores. Read and learn, please.  You'll be glad you did.

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Ignore those odds CK gives you. Read the reviews and see what scores other people got approved with. That's the best way to figure your real odds of getting approved.

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