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why is CK not answering us about the recent drop in scores after the updates to the site?!

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Hi msB,

I'm sorry you feel that your questions are going unanswered. We've done our best to communicate openly and frequently with our members about the recent changes. You did not include any specific questions in your post, but I'd be happy to answer any questions you might have

Here are a couple of links that might help shed some light on the topic: 

https://www.creditkarma.com/article/VantageScore-3-0

https://blog.creditkarma.com/credit-karma/credit-karma-is-transitioning-to-the-vantagescore-3-0-score-provided-by-transunion/

https://www.creditkarma.com/article/differentscores

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Not accurate!

I recently pulled my FICO scores and my transunion score here on CK  is 775 but on myFICO it's 790. My equifax score is 780 on CK but myFICO score is 790. This site is a very helpful tool but before I apply for any new credit I pull from myFICO site. I hope this helps! 

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