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I NEVER lived in Ohio or SC so why do you have that on file????

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When did you last go to annualcreditreport.com and check all three credit reports?  That is something we all should do once a year and file disputes on all wrong information.  So, the next move is up to you.  CK only shows the information that is on the Equifax and Transunion credit reports. You are the only one who can verify or dispute the information with the three credit bureaus. 

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whats in your CK file is a reflection

Of whats in your file with the Credit Bureaus.

Bad addresses happen when Random Data is entered on our report by mistake.  You can easily correct these by contacting the Credit Bureaus that have the info wrong on your report.  You can do a simple dispute on their website or writing a letter and asking that they be removed.

Good luck

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