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2 accounts listed but, I only own 1.
On my credit report card there is two accounts listed one open and the other is closed but, i only have one account and never have had any other account what does this indicate? Is there any way for me to find out what or where the other account is open to/at?

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It should be on your CR

if you pull your credit report, there should be an address for each of the creditors.  If the account is closed then you probably don't have anything to worry about unless there is a balance due.  Sometime the CRA's duplicate accounts on your report, Specially if you have changed your name or addresses and will close them when someone catchs it.  Check your CR is the best advise i can give,  Then go from there. 

get your 3 credit reports for free once a year at  annualcreditreport.com

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Go to www.annualcreditreport.com and pull your report, dispute any errors on that same website.

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