How to Write the Perfect Dispute Letter: Ditch the Templates!
Writing dispute letters shouldn’t be hard, but there’s definitely a formula to get the best results! What’s the secret, you ask? SIMPLICITY! Pretend you’re explaining this to a child.
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If you want to write a letter to the credit bureaus that works, if you want to remove charge-offs, repos, collections, bankruptcies, foreclsoures, tax liens, judgements, late payments and whatever else I missed in this list, then you need to get smart and write simply.
Problem with templates:
A computer will determine that your dispute is a template after it matches the letter one of the others in their database. Everything is automatically “verified” and now you’re back at square one. Seriously!
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Please watch: “1 in 3 Consumers Make This Mistake With Dispute Letters | Credit Sweep Tips”