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When I request a mailing matrix from CM/ECF, why are the creditor's addresses sometimes different than the addresses I provided in the petition and on the matrix when I filed the case?

The BAPCPA of 2005 established the National Creditor Register Service (NCRS) which allows creditors to register a "preferred" address for receiving mail from the Courts. When a matrix is requested from our system, the addresses listed are the "preferred" addresses provided to the NCRS by these creditors. Unfortunately, the "preferred" address is not available by any other means.

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