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Why can I make an account, it asks questions about loans that I never opened.

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Answer "NONE of the above"

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Sometimes the credit items they ask you about are to determine if you are really your, are fiction on purpose.   If they ask about a mortgage you never had, then answer "None of the above".  If you know for sure you didn't apply for a mortgage and they are asking you about the lender and the amount of the mortgage, they give you the option of answering "None of the above".  The only one I have failed on is previous telephone numbers.  Do people really remember all the telephone numbers they have had?  Especially during the era when a new cell phone demanded a new telephone number.  Just wait a couple of days and try again.  You will likely get different questions.  If they ask about someting you know you didn't do, "None of the Above", is the correct answer.

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