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Jonbuck06
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Fresh Start and Identity Theft

I have to start all over!

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bamagirl1
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Re: Fresh Start and Identity Theft

Huh?

 

What happened? I'm guessing Identify Theft, how did it happen etc? I'm guessing you already notified the credit bureaus, credit card providers, authorities etc..

 

I'm so sorry to hear that..Has to be very hard!!

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Jonbuck06
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Re: Fresh Start and Identity Theft

I have to get a new Social Security number

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Re: Fresh Start and Identity Theft

Can you provide your new social to your current creditors so that your info that is accurate gets put into the new file?

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rolltidebama
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Re: Fresh Start and Identity Theft

So sorry you are going through this.  I had a family member that went through it.  Sending good blessings your way!

 

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Jonbuck06
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Re: Fresh Start and Identity Theft

yea i can but some of them have lates on them so should i just start over? my credit file is only a year deep?

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Re: Fresh Start and Identity Theft

I'm not sure. You can start fresh and it probably wouldn't hurt. You can close all current accounts and open a new card to get you going again.

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Jonbuck06
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Re: Fresh Start and Identity Theft

i already got a plan to start over though picked up a bunch of applications. going to get secured cards listed below

 

USAA- $5000

Wells Fargo- $10000

US Bank- $5000

Capital One -$3000

Bank Of America- $4900

Applied Bank-$5000

 

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Re: Fresh Start and Identity Theft

That would set you up nicely if they are all approved.

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Jonbuck06
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Re: Fresh Start and Identity Theft

right but most of the time secured cards are approved plus im pulling my 25,000 chase auto loan over from my other social that has been open since december

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