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how do i find out is someone has tried to use my credit?
i want to find out if someone has something in my name that i dont know about.

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Check your credit report

You can get a free copy of your credit report once a year at AnnualCreditReport.com

look over the credit report, if you see something that you are not familiar with then filke a dispute with one of the credit reporting agencies at their respective websites. 

Check out articles on this site about corecting your credit file info for more detail.

Good luck

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Check all three credit reports once a year.  That topic is covered in the education provided by this site. Also DO NOT be carrying your Social Securioty card around with you.  Keep it locked in a safe place.  You only need it a few times in your lifetime and get enough notice so that you can get it when needed.

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