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Why is the credit score is so much lower than quizzle? shouldn't they be the same?
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Quizzle uses Equifax vantage score, not TransUnion.

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Your Credit Karma score comes from TransUnion.  Quizzle retrieves a credit score from a different credit bureau. Since your creditors are not required to report to all 3 bureaus, information can vary between your credit reports. This means it is normal for your scores to vary between bureaus.

I suggest reading this article for more information: https://www.creditkarma.com/article/differentscores

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The credit score here is just an approximation so you can see the potential changes in a credit score when you make certain financial decisions.  Credit Karma is NOT a credit bureau but an education site with great articles and financial tools to help people LEARN how credit works and how to improve theirs. The purpose of this site is to TEACH something necessary that is not addressed elsewhere.

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