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My son's name appeared under my email address instead of mine
This account information is mine not my son. I need his name off of it

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If you have identical names (same first name, usually) one of you may have to establish a separate e-mail account.  You can do this for free on Google;s gmail or on Yahoo.  Then you will both have to check your three credit reports annually to make sure every-thing is correct and disputing all wrong information. Credit accounts are supposed to be related tok a person's Social Security number but, since humans input the data, errors are common.

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You'll need to use the Contact Center of Credit Karma to fix the name associated with your account on Credit Karma.  If it is at one of the bureaus, you'll need to contact them.  Be prepared to prove who you are by providing documentation of your identity.

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