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How to Avoid Template Suicide l Avoid OCR Scanner l 3 Requirements of a Dispue Letter




Although difficult, you want to do everything possible to avoid the OCR scanner and I'm giving you son tips to do exactly that! I also PROVE why you're committing template suicide as well as give you the 3 requirements of a credit bureau dispute letter. Watch the video to see the mistakes you're probably making with your dispute letters and how to fix it.

If you don't believe that my process works, watch the video to see the deletions from the credit sweeps I do for consumers just like you! You know, I 100% agree with you that it's hard to fix  bad credit, but if you know what you're doing or at least have SOME of the right info, you can get there quickly!

Some quick tips:
Do NOT use templates (template suicide)
Do NOT dispute online or on the phone
Do NOT use the same dispute reason multiple times
Do write your disputes letters from a regular-Joe perspective
Do tell them what you want - deletion or correction
Do remember that not ALL negatives need to be removed because they can drop your credit score by changing the length of the credit history
Do use credit repair letters that work BUT take the "purpose" behind the template and turn it into a unique dispute

Links:
Consultation: https://live.vcita.com/site/expertcreditsweeps

Website: https://www.expertcreditsweeps.com/

Wednesday Night Video Series: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=679uxR9Y3S0&list=PLCkW-fTkIGnxdhs3g00sZCdg6bDASKss-

Want to hand over the burden to an expert? Get a free consultation at https://live.vcita.com/site/expertcreditsweeps

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