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Will Credit Karma ever add Experian credit reports and score so we can see all 3 on one website?
I like the ability to see TransUnion and Equifax scores and reports for free on one site. It would be really nice to also be able to see Experian on here, then we could view and compare all 3 scores and reports for free on one site and have it really be free rather than having people get scammed on sites like freecreditreport.com when they think its free but it's really not.

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I think annualcreditreport is the legit site to get your free yearly credit reports, you don't get a score though. Check the websites of the three credit bureaus to see where they tell you to get your free credit report. Keep in mind that Vantage scores are given here, but most lenders use a version of fico. So sometimes it is better to pay for a service if you really need to know what is going on with your credit, as long as a FICO score is provided with the service that you have to pay for.

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