Credit Karma Corporate Office Headquarters

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Credit Karma Corporate Office Headquarters
27 S Park St Ste 101,
San Francisco, CA 94107-5805 USA
Corporate Phone Number: n/a
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Email:support@creditkarma.com



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  1. Your evasive cheaters at credit Karma making it hard to cancel an account with no cancel button and easy phone numbers, What low tacticsto keep people from cancelling etc. Assholes!

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  2. credit Karma I Need help

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  3. Dear Sir/Madam:

    1) You have my credit score totally incorrect.
    2) You have the terms of my credits cards totally incorrect

    How can you list terms of my credit card and what the interest rate it is when you do not have a clue? How can you treat people this way ? It is very dangerous to have a company like Credit Karma in business statring the wrong terms of credit cards and also the wrong credit scoce especially when someone is purchasing a house or refinancing. Can you please explain why you do this to people? The old saying you pay peanuts you get monkees. Looking forward to you prompt reply.

    Jim Edwards

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  4. Its bullshit. that when I need help and need to talk to a human being I cant!! Quit kidnapping everyone its wrong especially when people are looking to you guys for help.

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  5. I cant get into my account it tells me to change my password then when I try they tell me the account is blocked it has been blocked its been over a week know still cant get in. Starting to think the worst .What do I need to do ?

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  6. credit karam sucks big time there is know number to get s hold of any one in there company one big run around ..yea good job credit karam

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  7. let every one know how credit karam treating you copy and past there know phone number to talk to any one about your acc.what do you do karam bad for buness loser

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  8. Went to site, filled out form, but didn't give credit card info, just clicked off site. Received an email stating....Thank you for signing up. I guess they think I'm stupid.

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  9. your site makes mistakes and u have no phone number nannie2011@live.com

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  10. This website is a scam and has no phone numbers to contact them. They are supposed to be free but they aren't. I will get to the bottom of this. And when I locate them we are talking a law suit. I will locate you Credit O Karma Rip Off

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  11. I keep checking my credit score I paid off all my credit cards last month and my credit score went down don't see how that helps me

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  12. I went on your web site for the free credit report and not releazing I signed up for some other company to take $29.95 out of my checking account monthly. Also it states on the site that its absolutly free, and in order to get the report I had to pay a $1.00. I know thats not alot but its also a LIE! Thats not free. Then it confusing once you get into your program. When I call the other company I was told that this happens all the time with your company because we're getting our scores and not signing up for anything else. This is false advertisement. I agree with the person above you are a Rip off and you have no phone numbers posted so therefore we can't get a hold of you. Like above I will get to the bottom of this.....

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  13. has anyone had Credit Karma send out bulletins to people in their email list?

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    1. They have sent me a couple over the last yr

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  14. Here is a better one. The commercial touting "on the down low". Do they NOT realize the down low is referring to African AMerican males having sex with other men outside of their "straight" relationships!

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  15. Why do you advertise "free" no credit card needed when you do ask for a credit card number and I don't mind paying the $1.00 but then in the fine print you also say that I have to call in before 30 days to cancel this "free" service. that is not free... it is a scam for those of us who get busy and forget when the time is up. nothing but a scam.

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  16. How do i reactivate my account with credit karma

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  17. I am sick and tired of your company telling me my social does not match my email address
    1 I have had my Social for 57 years
    2 My Email address has been the same for over 30 years
    3 My Identity was stolen and The IRS Cleared me
    So I would like my credit score that you advertise that's free !! I have tried and you keep saying I am not me. I have been me for 57 years. Please Fix !!!

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    1. just check with the bureaus because this is a 3rd party institution that is only figure scaling not accurate.

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  18. Please remove your TV commercials with the woman with the numbers on her arm.
    The last time we saw people walkin around with tatooed numbers was WW2-Nazi Death Camps-how inappropriate and insensitive
    Whoever greenlighted this commercial should be terminated
    PLEASE REMOVE IT NOW!!!!!

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  19. my credit report is all wrong ,how can I get it fixed

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    1. check with the actual credit bureau and most of them do a 30 day or 10 day free trial and then cancel once you get your report. Credit Karma is not accurate nor does it post any accurate postings on its dash board.. Just go to the actual credit bureau and sign up for the trial period and then cancel ... Remember to get a cancelation number.. too much work, well isn't everything ???

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  20. Unbelievable Credit Karma has merged my husband's EX wife into my Credit using it as an alias for me. How stupid is that !!! Now I am having problems with my credit because her credit stinks !!!! And I can't fix !

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    1. I agree. Credit Karma is bullshit. I got blocked out because of my password and it won't let me change my password. There is no way to talk to anyone at creditkarma. I type in my question it tells me what to do and it won't accept my information.

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  21. So credit bureaus are selling our information to Credit Karma or how else are they obtaining very personal information. What I do not understand is how they list information on their dash boards stating " Account Removed" from a particular credit bureau and when checked against that same credit bureau it shows the Account NOT Deleted. How is it that they can get this information before we (the people) are informed of it.

    Where do they get this information before the credit bureaus even update my credit report???

    Please everyone, check your credit report and ignore Credit Karma.. It is a 3rd party institution that was probably sold your information (including mine) to figure scale our scores incorrectly.. And then add information on their dash board that is not even updated with the bureaus nor your own credit report.. How scary is that..

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  22. just deleted you. score drop 5 points with nobody looking at my credit score ,now you fix it , I will be contacting all credit bureaus,

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