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nancelovescats

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I have a bank america card on my current karma account - not mine! how do i remove it?
I have written letters to all three credit bureaus, yet they refuse to remove it. This is really hurting my credit score! Help!

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Removal if credit card

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  1. Who do I write to get something removed from my credit report

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You should probably pull a credit report and see if there is someone using your info.

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nancelovescats

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Thanks already did that.  Found out most of the mistakes on their belong to ex.  I'll keep checking to make sure this gets removed.

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BOA Credit card showing on Karma Acct.

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I have the same problem. I do have BOA savings and checking. But shows on Karma.com as I owe on BOA Credit Card - Do not have one and never have! 

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Same thing happened to me. I can see so one from Credit Karma has helped in any way or answered your questions.

I checked with BofA and they have no accounts, credit or otherwise, associated with my social. Yet here it is, hurting my credit. WTF?! 

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