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- Location: New England
I just signed up after seeing your link, and it does require separate registration from your credit card login. It does give you your score, but also is similar to Credit Karma in that it gives a break down of why your score is the way it is. So, up top you have:
Length of Credit
Where it fails in comparison to CK, is that it doesn't give the credit report itself so you can look over it to make sure it's accurate. You can print out a 1-page report, but again, it's just what you see on the website. It does give you your FICO score (not sure which version) instead of CK's VantageScore 3.0. You do get the Experian report, and with CK's TransUnion and Equifax, it's a good way to to make sure you have similar numbers across reports, but there will invariably be slight discrepancies (inquiries, etc).
Hopefully they open it up a little in the future to let you view the report, and this would be a great reference to have in addition to Credit Karma.
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755 Eq (12/16)|748 TU (12/16)|726 Ex (1/17)