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how to remove things that are wrong
I only one credit card women within.
Also I have only one address 702 St.Rt.571 west Union City ,Ohio
I am also disabled so you need to change employer

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No You need to change the info...

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Credit Karma reflects whats reported on your Credit Report.  If there are mistakes there then they show up here.  

To Correct wrong info on your reports: Get copies of your Credit Reports  AnnualCreditReport . com is where you can get free copies of your credit report once a year.  Any info that is wrong on your report can be corrected by filing a disute on the Credit Bureaus websites.  Just go to the site and you'll find a button marked "File a dispute" click on it and follow the instructions.  

You can update addresses, employeers etc there.  Also note that info on your report is held for 7 years so old info may stay on your report that long.   ITs part of your credit history.  

Good luck  

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