Non Sync wrote:
Try one of those free credit report agencies. Look at your credit score and who they have listed as a creditor for you.
Be careful about the websites for the credit agencies. They try to get you to sign up for free crediting monitoring when you get your credit score.
You really don't need your score to see who's opened accounts.
^ This. Better yet call them, and tell them you suspect you're the victim of credit card fraud and or identity theft, they'll process the request quicker.
I had to deal with something like this not to long ago.