March 8th, 2014

Infographic: Get to Know the Credit Karma Team!

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Hey everyone! For this week’s infographic, we’re giving you an inside look at the Credit Karma team’s list of favorite ice cream flavors, favorite site features, spending preferences, and more. Check it out!

Infographic: Get to Know the Credit Karma Team!

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10 Comments

  1. Interesting to see that so many of the team are cash or debit card spenders, I wonder why that is and how it compares to the overall population.

    William Charles at 2:28 pm on April 3, 2014
  2. I have been working to improve my credit score since receiving a new credit card back in November. It amazes me how the inquiry caused my score to drop by 73 points. I just got a &1000.00 increase in my credit limit yet my score has not changed ! It seems that anything negative in your report haunts you for ever. I filed chapter 7 bankruptcy on September 12, 2005 which was prior to bankruptcy reform which took effect September 17, 2005 and yet I cannot get it removed until 2015. The Bankruptcy rules state that it “MAY” or “COULD” stay on your record for 10 years. It does not say it “MUST” What happened to (7) years ? Who gets to make that decision ?

    Ed at 6:51 am on April 14, 2014
  3. My report is not showing all the facts on my credit cards are all paid off their certain reports have been taking my credit report for
    over a month and you still are showing that they are still out standing

    Douglas k Ursuy at 4:33 pm on April 29, 2014
  4. Mike

    Hi Douglas – We’d be glad to look into this. Please feel free to email our support team at support@creditkarma.com so we can check this out for you. Thanks!

    Mike at 2:53 pm on April 30, 2014
  5. Credit Karma has my Age of Credit History at 4 yrs. 1 month. I contacted Transunion today an they have my Age of Credit History at 1975. Why?

    Dave Chamberlin at 9:24 pm on June 3, 2014
  6. Mike

    Hi Dave – We’d be happy to take a look at this. If you could email our support team at support@creditkarma.com, we’ll be glad to help out. Thanks!

    Mike at 3:36 pm on June 4, 2014
  7. Why are you deleting my posts on this website? I have copied and pasted all of you and Carol’s comments. Anyone who thinks CreditKarma wants to work with you about improving your credit score is dreaming. They have no justification for anything they post about your credit score. I am sure this will be taking this post down soon. I’am a retired educator of 32 years and they refuse to justify my “Age of Credit Score”. Really, six properties and over 40 credit lines in 40 years and my Age of Credit is 4 years and 1 month. My grand kids are older than that.

    Dave

    Dave Chamberlin at 8:29 pm on June 6, 2014
  8. Mike

    Hi Dave – I’m sorry for the frustration. It looks like we recently sent off an email in response to your support ticket, which is why you didn’t receive a reply here on the blog. Your age of credit history is calculated using only your open and active accounts, and is then averaged over your total number of open accounts. The disparity you’re seeing is likely because your older accounts are no longer open, so they are not factored into this calculation. You can read more on the subject here: http://blog.creditkarma.com/credit-101/credit-report-card-break-down-average-age-of-open-credit-lines/

    Thanks!

    Mike at 11:38 am on June 9, 2014
  9. Not true, I do not close my credit cards. They are left open to make sure it does NOT affect my credit. Why do you use “Average Age of Credit? Transunion, the credit company you use, does not use this term?

    Dave Chamberlin

    Dave Chamberlin at 9:02 am on June 12, 2014
  10. Mike

    Hi Dave – Your average age is based on the information we have on file. If you believe some accounts are being listed as closed that shouldn’t be, I’d recommend asking our support team to look into these details specifically. Regarding the “Average Age of Credit” metric, this is simply something we use to help our members better understand their credit health. This metric, as measured by us, isn’t factored into your credit score, which comes directly from TransUnion.

    Mike at 12:58 pm on June 12, 2014

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