The account should be disputed with the credit bureaus, that report incorrect information.
As a practical matter, unless the you can prove the incorrect information causes financial loss, it is not likely to be worth your future time and money to litigate, but it can be.
You may report the violation as a consumer complaint, to various protection organizations.
There is a complaint hotline as a deceptive trade practices to the Texas Attorney General, and to the Texas Utility Commission, and to other consumer protection organizations.
You may benefit from consulting with an attorney experienced in consumer rights, to organize your course of action.
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If you have to apply for credit and be given negative treatment typically before you have a cause of action. Try the National Association of Consumer Advocates and see if you can find attorney who could help
This situation sounds like it involves multiple violations of federal and state consumer protection laws. This might be a good candidate for a lawsuit. When consumers prevail in such lawsuits, they are generally entitled to recover actual damages and your attorney's fees. You might consider consulting a local attorney about this.
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