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There are credit cards that show on my account that I know nothing about. Can they be removed?
Can I have listed credit cards removed from my account?

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They're not yours???

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So you know nothing avbout these credit cards that showed up on your credit report???  File a dispute with the credit bureaus that are reporting them.  They have to investigate and remove those cards within 30 days if they can't prove you have them.  You might be the victim of Identity theft so may want to investingate having a fraud alert placed on your credit files.  That way, you'll be notified if anyone tries opening a new card in your name.  And be sure to place your social security card in your own lock box at home or your safety deposit box in the bank.  You only need it on rare occasions and finding it would give a potential ID thief  a real good piece of information to cause so much damage.

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