Credit Karma continues its “Here’s to Progress” series with a new installment, featuring Henry Harmon, who will make quite the entrance at his 20th high school reunion.
The 30-second spot opens with the voiceover informing that Henry will make quite an entrance at his 20th high school reunion, adding that, “first, a few things must happen”. He then lists those things, while the video takes viewers on a journey back in time. Thus, it is found out that, at the 15th high school reunion, Henry showed up in the same car he drove in high school, which motivated him to upgrade. First, he got Credit Karma to get him to the loan to get him to the car to get him to the reunion.
In addition to this, he has also managed to marry the ex girlfriend of one of his rivals, but – despite what others might believe – this is not a spite marriage, but a love marriage.
The previous “Here’s to Progress” film, titled “Tom and Tina,” told the story of a couple who go through some phases, as well, before getting to watch their son taking his first steps on the living room floor of their dream home.
Credit Karma has been offering a monthly credit score through its free online credit report and credit monitoring service since 2007, when it was founded. The score provided by Credit Karma is VantageScore 3.0, which was developed by the three credit bureaus – Equifax, Experian, and TransUnion – as an alternative to the FICO scoring model. The company also helps consumers track, maintain and improve credit health with free tools and information, provides recommendations for credit card and a variety of loans, and free federal and state income tax preparation, a recent feature introduced for the Tax Year 2016 filing period in 2017.