Thank you for your engagement! Any feedback on data quality is very welcome, and it was not my intention to discourage your efforts. The above was trying to explain the data flows around taxon names, and to avoid the perception that we can insert quick text corrections into gbif.org (we can’t, for the reasons stated).
What we happily do is to hand on your feedback to the curators of the names data sources, if you leave a message through the feedback link on a taxon page. There is no automated process behind that so far though, so that it can take some time before that information is forwarded and then handled. If you have a whole list of such cases for a defined taxon group, you are also welcome to put that in a single issue, though we are grateful for links to the individual taxon pages if you have them available.
Another, and possibly more direct, way would be to the curators of the name source directly. In an example like https://www.gbif.org/species/1329694, you find the “reference taxon” link leading to the dataset within the Catalogue of Life that (in this case) is the source of the name. Since this does require even more work on your side, though, maybe the GBIF feedback system is the better starting point in a case like this.