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Two years after my spouse and I were divorced, I saw several new accounts in my reports. The phone number, email address, and address belong to my spouse, but the accounts are in my name and SSN. Given that he had access to my data, I assume he opened the accounts. I'm not sure if this article—found at https://theassistant.io/business/what-you-can-do-to-protect-yourself-from-being-an-identity-theft-victim/—is pertinent to the topic of identity theft. Has anyone deleted accounts from their reports that were the consequence of identity theft? Can I handle this on my own, or do I need an attorney?

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