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Will we be able to see are TransUnion score as well as Vantage Score again?

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We provide two VantageScores: one from TransUnion and one from Equifax. We will not be providing a New Account score any longer.  You can learn more about the VantageScore 3.0 here: https://www.creditkarma.com/article/VantageScore-3-0

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Credit Scores for $1.00

Trans Union usually has a $1.00 trial promotion that gives you 7 days to see your score & report. This may help give you a better understanding of where your scores are at.  Just remember to CANCEL before the trial or you will be charged the full amount. Somtimes they even extend the trial for another dollar or $4 - which I've found helpful when I'm closely monitoring - around the times I expect certain things to drop off, or seeing the impact of a recent large paydown on my accounts. Good luck!

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