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why is credit karma no longer providing credit scores?
This newly manufactured Vantage score is worthless. If this new system is supposedly used by some banks, you need to do at least 2 things in order to renew any confidence in the Credit Karma brand. 1. Tell us BOTH number systems 2. Tell us which institutions are using which system. Otherwise, I can't see any benefit in ever returning to this flighty website.

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I get my updated Vantage Scores 3.0 from TransUnion and Equifax  every 7 days.  No Issues here.

The FREE Credit Scores are used as a Guide line as to what your Score is doing,  GOing UP or GOing down.  Or Staying the same.   again they are a GUIDE. 

You say you want to see Both Number Systems.   What do you mean?

Did you know that TransUnion has over 10 different FICO scores?  Oh and they are not Free.

CK has never supplied any type of FICO Score.  Never Every.   The TransUnion New Account Score they did supply was a Joke.  The Most Useless Number around.

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