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I just looked at my CR from XP. It list addresses from Orlando, Fl. Which I was only a student never had applied for credit. It also list them as multi-family when it was an apartment. When I try to dispute it. It comes back as cannot be disputed because it is historical information from OC/CA.

Also, it has one that has my ex gf's name as the address followed by city state. That too said it could not be disputed?

Anyone ever had this happen or can someone point me in the right direction? At this point should I write letters?

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I just looked at my CR from XP. It list addresses from Orlando, Fl. Which I was only a student never had applied for credit. It also list them as multi-family when it was an apartment. When I try to dispute it. It comes back as cannot be disputed because it is historical information from OC/CA.

Also, it has one that has my ex gf's name as the address followed by city state. That too said it could not be disputed?

Anyone ever had this happen or can someone point me in the right direction? At this point should I write letters?

There are people with whom have successfully deleted address, but I don't know specification. Use the search button and you might find some good answer or maybe someone else will chime in. BTW, an appartment is a "multi-family" home.

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I just looked at my CR from XP. It list addresses from Orlando, Fl. Which I was only a student never had applied for credit. It also list them as multi-family when it was an apartment. When I try to dispute it. It comes back as cannot be disputed because it is historical information from OC/CA.

Also, it has one that has my ex gf's name as the address followed by city state. That too said it could not be disputed?

Anyone ever had this happen or can someone point me in the right direction? At this point should I write letters?

Even if you lived there temporarily, it can be reported on your credit report. An apartment, by definition, is multi-family.

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