I have a lot of addresses and my name is even spelled wrong- can this be fixed?

I have a lot of addresses and my name is even spelled wrong- can this be fixed?

We care about your entire credit health. One of the first things that we do is remove all personal information that is not current. This assists in a couple ways:
#1- Creditors do not like multiple addresses
#2- Items are easily removed when the address/other information they have for the account does not match the current information that is reporting on your credit.
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