August 19th, 2013
How Can I See All Three of My Credit Scores?
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In this Credit Karma FAQ video, Bethy and Ezra tackle another commonly asked question in our Credit Advice Center: “How can I see all three of my credit scores?” The answer is tricky, as it turns out you have way more than three credit scores. Check out the video to learn more!
Some Key Points:
1. You can check your TransUnion credit report with Credit Karma and your other two credit reports with AnnualCreditReport.com to make sure that each bureau has your correct information. However, AnnualCreditReport won’t provide you with your scores.
2. Each bureau creates tons of scores, some that aren’t even available to you. But you don’t have to stress out about all the different scores out there. They all tend to go up and down together. The important thing is to track one score, which will show you the ups and downs that could signal a significant change in your credit health.
3. Credit worthiness is more than just your score. Lenders are starting to use other attributes along with your credit score to determine if they’ll lend to you.
4. You can monitor your credit score for free at Credit Karma. That way, you’ll know where you stand before you apply for credit.
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