- Visit your Credit Karma Savings account.
- Select the Settings option at the bottom of the savings hub.
- Select Close Savings Account.
- From the drop-down menu.
- On the following screen.
- Choose Continue instead of Cancel.
Go to your account and log in. In the bottom left corner of your account homepage, select Help Center. Select Deactivate My Credit Karma Account in the drop-down menu. On the next screen, choose to Deactivate my Credit Karma account.
Keep in mind that if you cancel your Credit Karma membership, you will no longer have access to the services and information on Credit Karma, such as any previous credit scores or report history.
A free 100% money savings account with no charges and a good yearly percentage yield is provided by Credit Karma through a network of 800-plus banks. Your Credit Karma MoneyTM Save account’s balance is covered by FDIC insurance up to $5,000,000.
Is Credit Karma required to share my personal information? No. Without your permission, Credit Karma promises not to share or sell its members’ data to third parties. It may disclose your information to other businesses with your consent on rare occasions.
Because of inactivity, late payments, or because the credit bureau made an error, your account may be shut. Whatever the cause, it’s critical to ensure that the information being submitted is correct since incorrect information can have a negative influence on your credit.