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I need help i wana check my credit for every thing

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You should already know if you owe someone!!  Go to annualcreditreport.com and get copies of all three credit reports.   They will show what is listed for you, including any erroneous accounts that might have popped in.  I strongly suggest you make the time to read all of the articles on this site so you can learn how credit works, because that is what Credit Karma is here for.  You also posted that you had filed your taxes but didn't .............. the post quit there.  You didn't get a refund?  That can happen.  Since your credit information is visible only to you, understanding how credit works can help you become credit smart.

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I wana see if i owe eny thing

I did my taxes and i didnt get

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