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Unable to get credit reports because security questions asked are unrelated to me.
This isn't a question for creditkarma support. The issue is with the actual bureaus. When I request my reports from the 3 main bureaus, they ask me questions about loans I have taken out. I can't answer because I've never taken out any loans. The questions are what to do about this, and does this mean my identity has been stolen.

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If you have not used credit that was reported to the credit bureaus in the recent years that may be your problem. If that is the case, get yourself a Secured credit card that reports to all three credit bureaus and then try to check your reports in six months or so.

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If they don't pertain to you, just pick the option for none of the above or some other similarly-worded option.

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