You need a credit dispute letter to protest your credit report. Discover how to get these important letters for your own credit repair and improve your credit score below.
My website is designed to help you with an education on buying that first home. Part of the process involves understanding credit and how it affects you.
Then learn how to use these letters to fix your credit report. Soon you will have a dispute letter in the mail box to help with your credit repair.
In fact, I believe it’s safe to say that credit is the single largest part of building a file for a first time home buyer. So having an "A+" credit file is important. Thus the need for this type of letter to protest your credit report.
Now, not all people have succeeded with their credit. Perhaps you are one of them. Don’t worry, it’s not over.
If you have poor credit and even no credit at all, this is where we begin. You have to establish some kind of credit to buy a home.
If you haven't already, you need to pull a credit report. Maybe you found things on your credit that do not belong to you. Or it could be some items you know you have paid off and it was not removed from your credit file. It might be a judgment that was settled a long time ago and it still remains on your report.
I have some credit repair tips that can get you started. Learn how to get these below.
You can do all of this yourself if you like. Writing letters to the different agencies and credit bureaus is basically what you need to do now. Go ahead and get going at it. Every journey begins with a single step.
If you would like to get your hands on some sample letters that you can use, well help has arrived.
For just $19.95 you can purchase all the letters that correspond to the tips outlined above. To make it easier for you, we’ve put these tips into an E-Book you can print off to follow.
The dispute letters are written in strong legal language that will get you the response you need. They are proven letters that have been used for many years.
Of course you can design your own letters and still take care of this yourself. We’ve given you the steps to follow.
Some people need a little help so we created these dispute letters for you. For the $19.95 sale price you get 16 letters with all the legal wording you need. All you have to do is fill in a few blanks like account numbers, name, address etc. Then you sign them and send them out return receipt by US mail.
It can’t get any easier than that. Following all the tips suggested in the e-book, you’ll know what letter to use first, then the letter that goes next etc, etc.
You can spend hundreds if not thousands of dollars by hiring a lawyer, or you can use these tools and do it all yourself. You have to get started now because nobody will do this for you. Any stains on your credit will remain for several years. Some of them 10 years.
So to improve your credit score quickly, you must take action now. Having the items removed that do not belong on your credit will raise your credit score and save you thousands of dollars in interest when you buy your house.
If you would like to buy these dispute letters it’s very simple. Below I have a PayPal button that will take you to a secure shopping cart. You can purchase these dispute letters immediately even if it’s 2:00AM. You can use your credit card.
Here’s what you’ll get for $19.95.
All the credit dispute letters (23 pages) in PDF format, ready to use. Simply type them out and fill in the blanks.
But that's not all! I've included some tips to help you.
These tips I mentioned above are in a PDF E-Book with all the supporting documentation so you can follow step by step the directions. Match up the letters to the tips outlined and you are on your way to doing your own credit repair.
So, if you are ready to work on your credit report, click the PayPal button to get started! I'm excited for you!
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