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Asked on: 6/11/13, 9:15 pm

I recently found out that my cell phone bill is not in my name. When I opened this account I provided my Military I.D., social security number, driver's license and address. During a recent military investigation to upgrade my security clearance I found out that I was never affiliated with having this cell phone service. I also pulled my credit report and it is not on my report as an open account. What can I do to receive compensation? I have been paying this bill for 6 years and someone else is getting credit for it.

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