The Frugal Creditnista

Keep It Simple!

When writing our dispute letters it's important to make sure that we use simple language, especially with our initial disputes. Why?

Only one of the credit bureaus processes our disputes in the US, the other 2 are out of the country, which means English is their 2nd language.

If we start sending letters filled with a ton of case law and consumer rights they will simply send you a stall letter.

Keep your letters simple, authentic, and please, please, please, do not send a template off of the Internet!

Happy Disputing!

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