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Credit Karma had said i had a loan out for a car (i dont). cant find info since the initial sign up.
PLEASE HELP. how would i find more info about the loan? it appears to not be listed anywhere on the credit karma account but when i first signed up i was prompted to select the bank that my vehicle loan was through. i have never had a loan before and i can't find anymore info about it other than suggested refinancing options. would anyone know who to contact to find out more info about the topic? i've not the slightest clue where to start researching. and i know for a fact that i've never had a loan before and would like to correct the situation before it become an issue.

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That question was a "verifier"

Some times the right answer is NO! 

CK will often ask a question that the answer is no, Just to be sure they have the right credit report and not someone elses.

If it's not on your report now, don't worry about it.

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