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Credit Karma has been fined $3 Million falsely for claiming they were pre-approved for credit cards, when in fact they were not. Unfortunately, this is a level of deception is based on the unreliable credit information Credit Karma provides consumers. There were two problems for Credit Karma’s and its clients.


Interest rates have jumped from the low 3’s to the low 6’s just this year. Principal and interest payments have jumped over 40% for many prospective home buyers. Many homebuyers have now been pushed to the side while more and more sellers try to move their homes. As a result of the sudden change, the housing market is truly in a recession and it will be creating more opportunities for many future home buyers.