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SOME ONE IS USING MY INFO...............I HAVET LIVED IN NEVADA SINCE 2013 I NEED HELP...........
FRAUD

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What is the problem? If you need help you need to ask questions and explain your situation, just don't give any personal info. Not sure what is going on here but be aware that old addresses will show up on credit reports and info can get crossed easily so you should not jump to a conclusion of fraud. Ask a new question with some details and further info if you want advice.

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It appears that you have not taken the time to read the articles here to learn how credit really works and whaqt items may affect your credit report.  That IS what Credit Karma is here for.  I learned a lot here and used that knowledge to clean up my own credit reports so that only actual information exists on them

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