Disputing negative entries on your credit report is the most effective method to delete unfavorable information and improve your credit rating.
Many people in America have negative information on their credit report. These derogatory items can be detrimental to your ability to obtain loans, credit cards and other financial services.
You have the right to dispute any inaccurate or incomplete information that is contained in your credit report. There is no charge for this.
If an account is not being reported 100% accurately, by law the credit bureau must remove it from your report.
Here's How The Process Works.
1. You get a copy of your credit report from the credit bureaus.
2. When you get your reports you carefully review them and note any negative accounts and inaccuracies.
3. You then dispute the negative accounts. Submit the dispute in writing, along with any supporting documentation. If the credit bureau cannot verify the accuracy of any item you dispute, they must remove the item within the alloted time.
4. When the investigation is complete, the credit bureau must send you a free copy of your report if the dispute results in a change.
You can continue this process until you are satisfied with the outcome. Remember, if the negative item is not 100% accurate the credit bureau must remove it from your file.
Before you begin the process, it is essential that you have good information on how to go about restoring your credit.
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