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[17 Nov 2019 | 3 Comments | 18,829 views]
Sample Letter Requesting a Copy of Your Credit Report

The information in your credit report determines in large part what kind of credit, from car loans to credit cards to mortgages, you’ll be able to get. Federal law gives you the right to know what consumer credit information is collected on you and you need to exercise that right.

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[17 Oct 2019 | One Comment | 14,400 views]
Remove a Foreclosure From Your Credit Report by Validating the Debt Sample Letter

A home Foreclosure will stay on your credit report for seven years. This can make it difficult for you to purchase big-ticket items such as a car or a house if you cannot afford to pay cash. However, if your foreclosure was unjustly executed, or the institution that provided your mortgage is not fairly reporting your credit, there are steps you can take to have the foreclosure removed early.

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[15 Oct 2019 | One Comment | 10,027 views]
Dispute Letter to Remove Unauthorized Inquiries From Your Credit Report

Whenever a creditor views your credit history, it will appear as an inquiry on your credit report. Too many inquiries can lower your Credit Score, which may cause your credit application to be denied.

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[26 Sep 2019 | 2 Comments | 11,838 views]
Debt Settlement Sample Letter

Debt settlement, also known as debt arbitration, debt negotiation or credit settlement, is an approach to debt reduction in which the debtor and creditor agree on a reduced balance that will be regarded as payment in full.

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[25 Sep 2019 | One Comment | 5,778 views]
Where do I Dispute and Correct Errors in my Credit History?

If you find errors or inaccuracies in your credit history file, you will have to submit a dispute letter or request to each of the credit bureaus on which the mistake appears. In some cases you may be able to dispute the error with online forms, but in some cases you’ll have to submit a letter with your corroborating documents.