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I found a credit account that I am unfamiliar with, was my identity stolen
I frequently check my credit score, last month was the last time I checked my credit score, and now CreditKarma shows an account with a 20,000 dollar limit on it and also 2,800 utilization on that account, was my identity stolen or is this an error by CreditKarma?

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Stolen ID?

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First check with the credit card company.  If stolen ID, call police to make a report and send report to credit card company and all reporting agencies.  Also freeze that credit card.

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Identity theft

My sister got ahold of my social security number and has used it to get credit on several things like telephone, cable,electric and maybe more. How do I go about getting the problem off my credit. How I know of these issues it's because of where this is done I never lived in that area.

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