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what address do i send a dispute to

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The one in your credit report...

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You should use the address that is listed in your actual credit report from the credit beureas and not the credit summaries listed on websites like the ones here on CK.  CK is designed to give you a summary of your reports so you can see new information as it is reported, but it can not be used to dispute the information on your actual credit reports with the actual credit berueas.

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You send it to the credit bureau that is reporting the error.  And Credit Karma is not the place because it gets its information from two of the regular credit bureaus as shown on the site. Where to get the address and the credit reports has been covered dozens (or more) of times here, so you can find that answer.

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