I found out that some one is using my social security number under a different name and adders, even a different state, i have done all i can to clean my credit, by reporting the incorrect items but this keeps happening since 2008. is there a way i can make this person using my social? as far as i can tell they have not use it for work but they use it for personal credit cars telephone, she is using it as her own.
Contact the Social Security Administration. They can walk you through every step you can take to attempt to stop this. If you have done everything they have recommended, they may choose to issue you a new number. This may not necessarily be a good think based on your circumstances and could lead to new problems, so it's important to talk it over with the SSA. You can call them at 1-800-772-1213.
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I agree with the prior poster. Not only should you contact the Social Security Administration right away, but you should also contact each of the three credit agencies and place a fraud alert on your name and social security number.
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Report it to the main 3 credit bureaus, social security administration and the police or some prosecuting agency. Many states have a group at the AGs office or similar that is trying to fix issues like this. Regular police departments usually can't spend the time fixing this due to it occurring slowly, no physical harm or risk to anyone in their area, across jurisdictions, involving a federal issue and so on. You need to get it to a group that regularly investigates and prosecutes ID fraud across state lines.
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