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Incorrect Address...but I have to give my address to change it...hmm...

Hi everyone. I ordered a report from Experian yesterday and I have a problem that I'm hoping someone can help me with.  I've seen some previous posts on here that are similiar..but not quite address the same issue as I'm dealing with.
The address that is listed as my current address is actually my father's. My parents are in the process of a divorce and I live with my mother (and always have) at the address that is listed as "previous address" on my credit report. Now, when I go to refute a mistake in the credit report (myfico gives the link to the appropriate experian site) it asks me for my address to identify myself. I cannot see the next page without this information, and I don't know which address to give. If I don't give the one they have on record, will they think it's not me?
I thought about calling but I can't seem to find a number.
Thanks for any help!

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