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US Investigators Find New Twists On Credit Scams

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U.S. fraud investigators say they're finding new schemes to improve bad credit histories so lenders will approve mortgages or lines of credit.

In one case, a Sacramento man obtained unused Social Security numbers and had employees at a furniture company create fake credit histories for real people with lousy credit ratings, The Kansas City (Mo.) Star reported Monday.

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