It is a company website that I'tm working on.
The company was registered under Google Maps and the API was integrated in the site. But there were two problems
1. The pointer was at a wrong location
2. The categories were not really exact
After a few months, I submitted it in Google places providing the correct categories and pinpointing the exact location of the company. But now as I search wth the company name in Google, it shows 2 results in Maps.
Now my question is
Can it give rise to an issue of duplicate listing and attract penalty for the website ?
If so, what would be the possible way out? Should I remove the previous wrong listing in the map and integrate the API of Google places? Or should I remove the listing of Google Places and just make corrections in the Maps ? Or should both stay ?