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i want to pay off 3 accounts n need the addresses???????
i have three checks from bank i deal with for pay offs n i need addresses to send the checks to... old accounts, how do i get them????

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Likely NOT yours.

Just because something shows up on your credit report doesn't mean it IS yours.  There are errors on reports all the time, which is why we are advised to check our credit reports annually.  Go to annualcreditreport.com and get copies of all three credit reports.  Look them over thoroughly and file disputes on all items that are WRONG on the reports with the credit bureau reporting them.  They have to investigate and either verify or delete the error.

If you are not currently hearing from a collection agency on the bills, these most likely are errors.  Never be so quick to pay without investigating if it is truely yours or not.

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clear my debt

How do I get the addresss to pay off small collections on my credit report?

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