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I have a few unknown open accounts on my credit report on CK. I called the respective credit card companies and they have no record of these accounts. Is there a way to contact CK to delete these false accounts?

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Credit Karma is NOT a credit bureau and cannot make changes to your credit reports. To fix errors on your credit reports you need to contact the credit bureaus. The three credit bureaus are Transunion, Equifax and Experian and they all have websites with contact info and instructions on how to dispute incorrect information on your credit reports.

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What is reported on this site came from what is reported by either Transunion or Equifax.  If you have not checked all three credit reports for accuracy, now is the time to do so.  Go to annualcreditreport.com to get copies oif the reports which you will check for accuracy and file disputes on all wrong information.  That can be done onlilne and is the only way to get the errors corrected.

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