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Exceeded my credit limit
someone has fraudulently used my credit card and I have already filed a fraud claim with such credit card company and it is currently under investigation.n I received an email from Credit karma saying I have exceeded my credit limit on that card which was caused from the fraud. will this have a harmful effect on my credit and what do I do as far as clearing this up with the credit company's?

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I wouldn't worry about this site's alert, since you're aware you're over the limit. Your credit lender should have reimbursed you immediately for the disputed amount, while this is under investigation. 

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At this point, there is nothing that you need to do, let the credit card company finish the investigation and they should correct the amount owed on your account.

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