How do I change my home address or address on file for my dispute letters?

How do I change my home address or address on file for my dispute letters?

To change your home address for disputes, simply submit a new proof of address that meets the credit bureaus' requirements.

Examples:
utility bill
cell phone bill
pay stub
tax form
lease
voters registration
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