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someone has opened a mortgage in my name, how do I retrieve that information
I need to locate fraudulent mortgage info

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Contact information for all your accounts should be reflected in your credit file.   As a minimum, it should show the name and phone number of any creditor on file in your report.   You then contact them directly to seek the information.   It is possible that an entry error is causing it to post to your credit report as they entered the wrong social security number.      If in fact, the mortgage is in your name and social security number you can file a police report on identity theft.    You may also consider putting your new house on the market and selling it for a profit.  

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You really do not have to do the investigating.  File a dispute with whomever is showing it.

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I am betting that you got this info from a Security Question when setting up your Credit Karma account, if so, don't worry about it, they contain incorrect information. If you actually see this account on your reports, which I assume that you do not because you said you didn't have the info on it, then you would dispute it with the credit bureaus listing it.

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