Checking your credit score used to be way more difficult than it needed to be.
Citizens of the United States and Canada are entitled to one free copy of their credit report every 12 months, but you wouldn’t know that if you visited any credit bureau’s website to request one.
Credit bureaus are notorious for touting their monthly paid credit monitoring subscription services right at the top of their homepage and burying the form needed to request your free annual credit report.
That’s where companies like Credit Karma solve this problem. They make it easy to see your credit history, and therefore, your credit score, for free. Credit Karma makes that happen not just once a year but every month, and in exchange, they try to solicit you to sign up for various financial products. Sound like a fair arrangement? Well, let’s dive a little deeper into WealthRocket’s review of Credit Karma.