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Need help with free credit report online won't give me information
Does it mean someone has my identity if it won't let me check my free credit report online

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You'll need to be more specific on what you were instructed when you made the request.  If could be that you have no credit file and it was not able to locate you.  it could be that you did not answer the questions with information they had on file and you will need to provide your identity before they will provide you with access.  This could involve sending proof of identity and address to the applicable credit bureau.   And the answer is yes, it could indicate stolen idenity if someone has your information and is using it at a location other than yours and unknown to you.   Work with the credit bureau as necessary to prove your identity and then go though the informaiton with a fine tooth comb when you receive it.

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