The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) has ordered Credit Karma to pay its users $3 million after pushing false preapproved credit cards on consumers and harming their credit scores.
Credit Karma users can earn a $100 bonus when they apply and are approved for any new credit card through the site.
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Credit Karma has a glitch today that might scare some people. It is showing your credit information to other people and other people’s credit information to you. So if you see a credit score you might not expect, make sure it is yours.