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Credit Repair / Credit Dispute Letter

To Company / Business Disputing Error on Credit Report

A credit repair/credit dispute email or letter to the Business that Supplied the Information Disputing Errors on Credit Reports sent to Credit Bureau / Agency. This template helps you mend the low credit score caused by the error.

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A credit repair/credit dispute email or letter to the Business that Supplied the Information Disputing Errors on Credit Reports sent to Credit Bureau / Agency. It requests urgent action regarding the deletion/correction of the disputed credit item and set a deadline for remediation.

This credit dispute letter or email addresses a business that supplied errors on credit items to the credit bureau/agency. As a result, the writer has a bad credit report and a low credit score. This letter hopes to repair the writer's credit score by asking the business to rectify the error and resubmit to the credit bureau/agency. 

The document seeks urgent attention to resolve the situation and seeks a deletion/correction of the error in the Credit Report. 

 

How to use this Document? 

Use this sample letter to dispute incorrect or inaccurate information that a business supplied to credit bureaus. Your letter should identify each item you dispute, state the facts, explain why you dispute the information and ask that the business that supplied the information take action to have it removed or corrected.

You may want to enclose a copy of your report with the item(s) in question circled. Send your letter by certified mail with “return receipt requested,” so you can document that the business got it. Keep your originals. Include copies of the documents that support your request and save copies for your files.

 

 

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