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not letting my put in my social security number
i have put in my social like over 10 times and for some reason it isn't letting my put it in it is saying invalid and i know that this is not the case i have put it in for other things and never had an issue

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s.s.#\ not accepted

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This is what's been happening all day. I new to all this, mother died when I was only 9 yes. Old. Then, unfortunately, my father just 2 yes. Ago. My grandmother is the best but she had more then just my sis and I, to take in. With that said, I didn't have anyone to show, teach, nor explain, none of this Credit Score\Report to me. I'm 23yrs of age, and all I live for is my family. My gmom and my aunties, I'm trying to prosper n grow with this and my first day, even thinking about a credit score. I haven't been able to get onto the website. Will not except my s.s.#. I was thinking, maybe bcz I have no type of history. Never had a job, cellphone in my name, or anything like that. Do u think, that could be the problem??? Let me know what you think about my dillema. Thanks

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Hi Kickingbird,

It sounds like the information you are matching does not match your file with TransUnion. If you have ever used a different first or last name, or used an initial for a name, please try registering with that information. 

If you are still having trouble completing registration, please email support@creditkarma.com.

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