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How to Fight "Verified", "Frivilous" & will not reinvestigate" Responses to schedule your free consultation! Are your disputes coming back as verified, frivilous or they won't reinvestigate? Are you going to accept stall tactics, scare tactics and denials? NO!

What you need to do is look at your credit repair or credit sweep process and figure out the cause for these responses because you shouldn't be receiving them if you're doing this correctly! Are you sending in template letters? Disputing all of your derogatory accounts in 1 letter? Using generic dispute reasons? Using a credit repair company that's doing any of these things? One of these can be the reason you're encountering this and you need to stop right now.

What can you do?

#1 Don't use dispute templates

#2 Dispute based off factual info from your credit report

#3 Find out HOW the items are being "verified"

#4 Fight them on the "frivilous" response

#5 Make complaints

#6 Don't take "NO" for an answer and keep the process going!

If you're worried that your process isn't working or you really don't know what you're doing, or you're just tired of the rejections, more than likely I can help! Schedule your free consultation now to find out exactly how at


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