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Please close credit card accounts I'd stolen
My id was stolen 5 months ago please close all credit card accounts

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Gary Cushman

I think it was the Internet or my health inserance

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Credit Karma is not a reporting agency. From your credit report(s) displayed here from Equifax and Transunion, one of the last pages lists the creditors, addresses, and phone numbers. You need to call the lenders and report the card(s) stolen.

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STOP!

Think twice before cancelling all of your accounts, that would really HURT YOUR CREDIT. As said, Credit Karma cannot do any of that for you anyway, you would have to contact your lenders. Unless the thief got your credit cards or account numbers, there is NO NEED to cancel them. Please slow down and do some reading on this or consult with a professional for advice before you cause more damage on top of what is already done.

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