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IF MY SON STEALS MY CREDIT INFO AND TAKES OUT LOANS WHY SHOULD IT GO ON MY CREDIT REPORT
MY CREDIT SCORE WAS 850 WHEN MY SON STOLE MY CREDIT LINE. NOW MY CREDIT LINE SUCKS. WHY AM I HELD RESPOSABLE FOR HIS THEFT OF MY CREDIT HISTORY?

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Son steals ID

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The only way to not have to pay, is if your Son is 18 or over and you report him to the police.  Send the police report to all credit bureaus.

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If he is under 18, he is not of legal age to sign a contract so they can be cancelled by notifying the lenders that you did not open the accounts and son (who is a minor) did.  

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