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i have had a 2 credit cards for about 6 years one with my father Shawn A Scanlon Sr and Kris Scanlon
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Kristofer M Scanlon the other is Kris Scanlon both 172 Nancy Lane in King of Prussia, PA The second card i have had for almost 12 years with payments made regularly. Why can my files not be found i am trying to apply for a house with my wife and she has her own score.

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You should contact credit karma and see how to edit or remove your question, it may be as simple as flagging it by clicking the flag on the lower right hand side of your question. You should not provide this much personal information, this is an open forum that is not private and is visible by anyone on the internet. Never use names or addresses. If you are having issues with your credit reports you must contact the 3 credit bureaus and not Credit Karma. Contact Experian, Equifax and Transunion.

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