How to Delete MedClr From Your Credit Report

Do you have a MedClr account posted on your credit report?

There’s a simple way to remove MedClr from your credit report for good. It’ll take you about 10 minutes and can increase your credit score 10, 30, even 50 points.

In this article you’ll discover how this will easily dispute and remove MedClr from your credit report. They’re located at Warren Dedrick, MedClr, Inc. is located at 333 Glen St Ste 200 Glens Falls, NY 12801 in case you want to get in touch with them.

So the first step to disputing MedClr off your credit report is to first…

Step 1: Pull Your Credit Report

You’ll need your credit report to see exactly where MedClr is being reported at. It may come from Experian, Transunion, Equifax, or all three. You can get your credit report and credit score from either of those 3 sites or if you want to get it for free, you can go to, but… they only give you the report, not the score.

Once you have your report, go ahead and fin MedClr and see the negative items it’s posting. It may be a late payment, past debt, a charge off, or even a judgement. Don’t worry, I’ll show you how to dispute it.

This moves us to…

Step 2: Create Your Dispute Letter

Most of these sites want you to dispute the item online, but honestly they just put you through the system and a human never looks at it. With an actual letter, a physical hand addressed letter, a human may look at it, which increases your chances of having the items “really” looked at.

So inside this letter you’ll basically want to say that you are disputing the Medclr Inc tem for the following reasons.

“This debt is not mine.”

“This item has been paid in full.”

Or whatever reason you believe this is not correct.

If it is correct, they’re still is a way to have it removed for good, so don’t get discouraged. I’ll give you a free resource and book below to help you in just a minute.

And the last step…

Step 3: Send Your Letter

You’ll want to send this letter to the credit bureau(s) that are reporting the negative item. I recommend that you actually go to the post office and send it through there, getting a “return receipt” which will give you the status that they did receive it.

Now you’ll want to wait. The typical waiting period can range anywhere from 10 – 25 days, but they will respond with either saying they have deleting the item or the information has been verified as correct. Either way, you can now arm yourself with the correct tools.

I hope you gained some good knowledge form this article:)

Source by Chris Brisson

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