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removing worng information
think someone used my SSC to open and apply for things in my name.

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Then go to annualcreditreport.com to get copies of your credit reports so you can chgeck the information and dispute any WRONG accounts.

And keep your Social Security locked up, either in a small safe at home or a safe deposti box in the bank.  You only have to show that card very few times in your life, but that number is a gold mine to an identity thief.

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If you find accounts on your credit reports that are not yours, you need to contact the credit bureaus. Transunion, Equifax and Experian all have websites with instructions on how to dispute incorrect information. If you are found to be intentionally not telling the truth, it can cause you serious trouble so make sure that you are truthful. I am not sure why you stated that you "think" this may have happened, either you see inquiries and accounts that are yours or not yours.

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