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i have two nineteen thousand loans to morgantown bank but i only one 19000 loan
at morgantown bank credit report two ninetten thousand dollars loan i only one i do not have two

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Go to annualcreditreport.com to obtain all 3 of your complete credit reports (its free to check once a year otherwise a fee applies to view each report), check for errors and dispute any you find including duplicate accounts that should only be listed once as you stated above.

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Shows two loans only have one

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If credit Karma is so great why do you have me as having two loans from the same bank when I only have one,and why the hell should I have to pay for a credit check when its not my fault this credit reporting alll of them is a big scam!!

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