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Letter To Credit Bureau To Remove

There is little worse for your buying power than poor credit as reported by the credit bureaus. The negativity on your credit report can essentially affect your way of life, what you buy, how you live, and even where you work. If you are looking to improve your credit score as a means to improving your entire quality of life you may be interested in writing a letter to the credit bureaus to have discrepancies removed for your credit report.

The first step in assessing whether it will be necessary to have anything removed for your credit report would be to request a copy of your credit report from each of the bureaus. There are 3 main bureaus you’d like to contact:

Equifax – P.O. Box 740241
Atlanta, GA 30374
1-800-685-1111

www.equifax.com

Experian – P.O. Box 2002
Allen, TX 75013
1 888 397 3742

www.experian.com

TransUnion – P.O. Box 1000
Chester, PA 19022
1-800-888-4213

www.transunion.com

It is really important to obtain your credit report from all three bureaus as they don’t necessarily contain the same information regarding credit history or credit score. Be sure to be as thorough as possible when examining your credit. Look back as far as you are able into your history and be sure that all I’s are dotted and T’s are crossed. The slightest error on your credit report can affect your credit standing and score in ways that can be highly detrimental to you as a consumer. Check to be sure that there are no mistakes that need to be rectified or removed. Some of these mistakes include, but are not limited to:

  • Incorrect personal information
  • Inaccurate payment history (such as late payment or missed payment inaccuracies)
  • Outdated information
  • Open accounts that should be closed
  • Accounts that have been sent to collections for unmerited reasons
  • Inaccurately documented accounts

If any of these items appear on your report it is essential that you write the bureau to have the inaccuracies removed. This is when things can get a little tricky. Most people are clueless or intimidated when addressing credit bureaus through written letters. The task can seem overwhelming, to say the least. Letters to credit bureaus must be thorough, informative and direct. If it is at all possible, you should include any proof to aid in the decision making process. The idea of writing this letter can be quite overwhelming. Fret not, CreditElves is here to help. CreditElves has been helping many with concerns like yours have discrepancies removed from credit reports for years. The professionals at CreditElves specialize in writing impactful and remarkable letters that produce desired results for clients as a means to raise credit score and improve financial standing. CreditElves understands the system and looks to have the system work in your favor.

Keep in mind that after your letter is written the bureaus have 30 days to resolve your issue so expect a timely response.

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