You as a consumer, have the right to seek assistance with this process. We understand the system and can save you time and money. Our services handle all the work for you and ensure your credit reports are free of mistakes, false negatives, identity theft and inaccuracies which will lead to higher credit scores and better borrowing opportunities.
If you find an error in your credit report, the first thing you should do is write a dispute letter to the credit reporting bureau. Here’s how, including samples you can tweak so you don’t have to start from scratch: http://www.creditinfocenter.com/wordpress/2016/05/17/inaccuracy-credit-report-include-dispute-letter-credit-bureau/
The Internet has changed just about everything, and that includes the world of credit reports and credit repair. Consumers can now access their credit files online and even initiate disputes through credit bureau websites. Of course, the centerpiece of credit repair is the dispute letter. Today I want to address a frequent question on whether or not to use the online dispute option (now available with all three credit bureaus).