If I have a closed account without a balance and negative comments, should it be removed or corrected?

If I have a closed account without a balance and negative comments, should it be removed or corrected?

Accounts with a $0 balance and negative comments will be corrected. Accounts with a balance and negative comments will be removed. 
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