Top 3 Credit Karma Competitors & Alternatives In 2021 - What Competitors

Top 3 Credit Karma Competitors & Alternatives In 2021

Credit Karma is a digital financial platform that offers individuals solutions for monitoring credit ratings and reporting.

The headquarters of “Credit Karma” is located in San Francisco, California. Credit Karma has an income of $1B and employs 1,300 people. Credit Karma has attracted funding totaling $867.8 million. The main competitors of “Credit Karma” are “Quiz”, “Credit Sesame” and “Mint”. As of August 2019, “Credit Karma” has 483.4K fans on Facebook and 29.4K followers on Twitter.

Credit Karma’s Competitors, Revenue, Number of Employees, Funding, Acquisitions & News

Creditkarma top competitors include: Quizzle, Credit Sesame, Mint, NerdWallet, MyFICO, Experian, TransUnion, Equifax, Credit, Capital Oversight.

Together they raised over 2.4B between their estimated 39.3K employees. Credit Karma income took 4th place among 10 best competitors. The average figure is 845.1 million best competitors. Credit Karma” has 1,300 employees and ranked 4th among the 10 best competitors. The average number of 10 best competitors is 2,464 people.

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  • Founded: 2007
  • Est. Annual Revenue: $1B
  • Est. Employees: 1,300
  • Headquarters: PO Box 520 San Francisco, California 94104


Quizzle is the main competitor of Credit Karma. Quizzle is a private company that was founded in 2008 in Detroit, Michigan. Quizzle works in the Applied Software industry. In comparison with Credit Karma, Quizzle has 1,277 fewer employees.

Credit Sesame

Credit Sesame is considered one of the largest competitors of Credit Karma. Sesame Credit was founded in 2010, with headquarters in Mountain View, California. Sesame Credit works in the Internet software industry. Credit Sesame” brings $ 955 million less income compared to “Credit Karma”.


Mint is considered one of the main competitors of Credit Karma. The Mint was founded in Mountain View, California, in 2006. The Mint competes in the application software industry. Compared with “Credit Karma” Mint receives $ 985 million less revenue.

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