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Why does my spouse have Transunion and Equifax scores, yet I only get Transunion.

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well you are one of the first.   monday credit karma announced the adding of equifax credit score and history.   so what else is new or what was removed?

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your spouse that is,   i figure it might take ck 3 months to roll out the change

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It seems more streamlined. Cleaner look. Although the Equifax score is 100 points higher. The insurance scores are off to the side now. Before they were shown when you clicked on Finances, now they are to the side where you have to click on "insurance scores". There are more options to apply for different credit cards or loans then before.

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