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my daughter put these chargeshow do i get here for this
my daughter put 4 credit card with my info i didnt know what do i do she cstold a rental car in my nane too

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If your daughter secured credit in your name then this is identify theft.   You would need to file a police report and contact the creditors to arrange to have the accounts closed based on fraud and include a copy of the police report with your request.  Your letters should be sent certified mail, return receipt.   Be prepared to visit your daughter only during visiting hours in the big house if the creditors press charges as well.   If sending you daughter up the creek is not an option, then terminate the accounts and begin the process of repaying those debts.   As she did it once, she will do it again, contact the three credit bureaus and place a freeze on your accounts.   This way, no one can access your information to create new accounts.  Only your current creditors will be able to access your credit profile.  You also will not be able to monitor your credit on Credit Karma while the freeze is in place.

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