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How can you access information from before 10 years ago for credit karma
My father wants to see all his debt from 10+ years ago and he does not know how to get that information. Is there a way he can get that information so that he can fix his credit score?

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If there is any information available, it will be on his credit reports which he can get from annualcreditreport.com.  Usually the information is gone by ten years, though.  And credit history is usually not much longer than 7 years, as is pointed out in the very informative articles on this site. 

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No you can not access any information from before joining CK.  ( and that would only be what is reported )

He would have had to keep the records. 

only thing todo is pull your current Credit Report and go with what is on the Report.

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