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who's credit info you using on my credit karma ?? it sure isn't mine, may want to recheck it .......
almost everything on the report shown isnt mine .... its like you just picked things to put there.....

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The info comes from Transunion.

So That is whats showing up on your credit report.

If the info doesn't appear to be correct there may be aronious info in your Credit Report.  Pull copies of all 3 CR's and see if the info is correct or not on all 3.  if the info isn't correct there it won't be correct here.  

Any account that you dopn't recognize should be disputed.  You can do that on the websites for the Credit Reporting agencies for free.

Also be sure that you entered the right info.  1 digit off on your SSN and your looking at someone else's info. 

Good luck

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Credit Karma gets their information from TransUnion.  Visit www.annualcreditreport.com and pull your TU report then dispute any errors directly with TU and the other two bureaus at their websites.

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