Here is the situation ~ my brother is going through a divorce. He is pretty sure his ex is constantly checking his credit report because of comments she makes about things that she should not have any knowlege of. He is needing to find out how he can see if she is doing it or not. He has already tried contacting all 3 credit bureaus, but cannot get a live person to talk to. He has sent letters explaining what he thought was going on and all he gets back is his report has got a watch on it. He is pretty sure she is doing this online, but he needs to get proof some how so he can go after her for this. After being married for 6 years, she has all his personal information. He says he wants to get it stopped, but is just having a hard time. We even called the SS Administration and there was told there was othing they could do.
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