The goal is to get your letter read, taken seriously, and responded to.
**Make sure you make a copy of whatever you are sending to the credit bureaus.** Just keep all your credit reports, letters, etc. in a file so you can use these later (this will be important.)
Send your letter, a copy of the credit report with the items you are disputing noted in Sharpie, and a copy of your driver’s license to each of the credit reporting companies.
This step CAN be a bit tricky, even though it should be the easiest step of all! Here’s why – the credit reporting firms don’t really like to deal with these dispute letters, and they change their mailing address for submitting these requests fairly often.
You will need to go to the website for Experian, Equifax, and Trans Union to get their dispute address.
BUT DO NOT SUBMIT YOUR DISPUTES ONLINE, like their websites pushes you to do. If you do this, your request is less likely to be taken seriously, and you won’t have any written record of what you submitted.
Send each of your letters as Certified Mail. Your local post office will help you with this.
Put the copy of the certification slip into your file as well. The certification slip ensures that you have a timeline started for restoring your credit.
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