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Do you wonder how applying for lots of credit cards to earn miles and points is impacting your credit score?
CreditKarma is a wonderful tool that allows you to view your credit information for FREE! You’ve always been able to see your TransUnion credit data on CreditKarma.
I’ll show you how to access the your Equifax credit report on CreditKarma!
How to View Your Equifax Data on CreditKarma
Link: Sign-up for CreditKarma
Link: Equifax on CreditKarma
CreditKarma is slowly making Equifax credit information available to all users. However, if you don’t see the added data on your account, you can use this link CreditKarma posted on their Facebook page.
You’ll see scores and report information from both credit bureaus displayed side-by-side.
CreditKarma is a good resource for keeping an eye on your credit. But you can also view your real FICO score for free, if you have a card issued by any of the following banks:
Additionally, you can view your credit report from Experian for free on Credit Sesame.
Here’s my post explaining how your credit score is calculated.
CreditKarma has been giving folks a free look at their TransUnion credit report and estimated score for years. But now you can also see your Equifax credit information!
It’s extremely important to keep track of your credit, especially when you’re using credit cards to collect miles and points. If you don’t have good credit, banks will deny your application for new cards which means you’ll miss out on lots of BIG Travel with Small Money.
So it’s great news that you can now view your Equifax credit report on CreditKarma. Hopefully at some point we’ll be able to monitor our credit with all 3 credit bureaus in 1 place for free.