January 16th, 2014

Credit Karma Tips & Resolutions 2014 — Part 4

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To celebrate the new year, we asked the Credit Karma team to share any resolutions they were making or tips they had to get one’s finances into shape in 2014. We got a lot of great responses and decided to share them in a week-long series on Facebook. Now we’re sharing them with you, along with our thoughts!

Credit Karma Tips & Resolutions 2014 — Part 4 | Credit Karma Blog


You may be tempted to dismiss Andrew’s tip, since a product manager promoting his own product seems pretty… well, predicable. But hear us out! Credit Karma’s My Spending tool is an amazing way to organize and track your finances. Here are a few ways it can help you this year:

  • Monitor transactions and account balances to catch fraud early
  • See how much you’re spending, broken down into different categories, to identify “problem” areas where you should cut back
  • See net cash flow, interest earned, and more.

Check it out and let us know if you have any questions or feedback! We think you’ll love it!

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  1. My email address has changed and I can’t log on.
    What should I do?

    Michael malone at 3:21 pm on February 27, 2014
  2. Mike

    Hi Michael – We’d be happy to help you out with this issue. Email us directly at support@creditkarma.com and we’ll have a look. Thanks!

    Mike at 10:07 am on February 28, 2014
  3. I just joined today 4/10/2014 to see if my score matched up with my other service, it didn’t !! creditkarma showed me my score that was 614 and it is really 726!! That 112 points different !!! Why??

    Rickey Lee Amerson at 2:48 pm on April 10, 2014
  4. I have a loan thru a credit union and my payments are payed automatically every month thru a disability ins claim but my c.u. still has my account as getting paid biweekly so its showing I,m always paying late or missed payments its really messing up my credit I’ve talked to them about it not getting any help tho whom can I talk to about this?

    ester at 8:19 pm on April 10, 2014
  5. Mike

    Hi Rickey – We’d be happy to have a look at your account. Email our help team at support@creditkarma.com and we’ll get back to you. Thanks!

    Mike at 11:47 am on April 11, 2014
  6. Mike

    Thanks for the comment Ester. All of the credit report information on Credit Karma comes straight from TransUnion, one of the three major credit bureaus. If you’d like to dispute these missed payments, check out this article for tips on the process: http://www.creditkarma.com/article/dispute-credit-report-errors

    Mike at 11:52 am on April 11, 2014
  7. I like Credit Karma, I believe this website has opened my understanding of credit and finance. My questions is regarding the suggestion menu. In my profile it was suggested that I could have my auto payment and interest rate reduced by these following companies. I researched those companies and found negative reviews, and such words as scam, fraud is associated with the company. I understand people can be angry, but there was a large amount of angry people.

    Does Credit Karma research companies before adding and suggesting them to your profile?

    Sandra at 7:21 am on July 20, 2015
  8. Enola Guerrero

    Hi Sandra – People will have different opinions and reviews on the companies we work with. We maintain good relation with all of our partners.

    Enola Guerrero at 8:46 pm on July 23, 2015

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