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Dispute Letters to Creditors

Dispute letters to creditors are all part of the process of getting your good credit name back if you’ve gotten into a little trouble over the years. It all starts with copies of your credit reports, which you can then check for errors. These errors can be disputed with credit reporting agencies (TransUnion, Experian and Equifax) with a dispute letter (although Experian prefers you conduct the dispute process online). Errors on your credit report might include such items as charges that are over seven years of age. The law requires that these items be removed after that period of time; bankruptcies however, take ten years to come off.
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Credit Bureau Dispute Letter

Writing to a credit bureau does not have to be as intimidating as many people make it out to be. Really, it’s not you are simply asking to dispute a problem that they have made. Writing a credit bureau dispute letter is easy, and helps to keep them on their toes they are not perfect.
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Letter to Dispute Credit

For some people, writing a letter to dispute credit differences is almost too much. They just can’t wrap their minds around it. In truth, disputing credit differences is not that hard.
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Credit Dispute Letters

If you have a problem with a lender or with a credit reporting agency, writing a credit dispute letter can help you get it solved, and can also help you get your side of the story on record. Anytime you have a credit dispute, you can write a letter. Most people write an email or they make a phone call to settle disputes. Traditional mail better because it's a hard copy in writing, but ultimately it's the best choice to write a polite, professional letter stating your side of the case and the resolution that you would like to see. Send it certified mail and request a return receipt. That way, you'll be sure it gets there and can prove that it's been received.
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