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Credit Repair Janitor's Key Ring & Your Dispute Letters




I know you've seen a janitor's key ring before, right? They have like 100 different keys and it always takes 10 attempts at similar-looking keys to open the door. 
How is your dispute process any different? 

Imagine that John the Janitor needs to open the door to your office because you left your keys at home and he's the ONLY one with this key besides you. 

He pulls out this huge ring and starts using 1 key after another while you just stand there and wait. 

You need to get into your office. You're late and you just don't have time for this, but it's either wait for John to find the key or go all the way home and do this yourself. 


The 1st choice was the most promising, but unfortunately it doesn't work.  

Neither does the 2nd. What sux is that each time the key doesn't work, John has to find a new one, stick it into the key hold (or attempt to) and see if it works or even fits. It means more time that you have to stand there and wait. 

On the 3rd attempt, same thing happens. 

You see, now you're annoyed. You have an 8am meeting on your office phone - read: OFFICE phone - and the # you need to call is sitting next to the phone instead of in your bag. It wouldn't really matter but this call is with a very important client that you need to close to keep your numbers. 

4th attempt. 

5th attempt. You're ready to break the door down or push John through it. Either one would be fine. 

6th attempt. What the heck is going on? Why does the world suck so bad today? 

Wait, you realize that YOU are the one the left YOUR keys that YOU are responsible for in YOUR house and the John is doing you a favor because he's the only other person with a key. Without John, you have to drive an hour back home and then an hour to return. Not a good game plan. What does this mean? It means this is your fault and that if you had made sure the key was on you instead of the kitchen table, you wouldn't be in the predicament. 

7th attempt. No cookie. 

You send an email to your hope-to-close-client letting them know that you will be calling shortly and that you were held up. 

8th. 9th. 

Finally, on the 10th attempt John succeeds. 


So, how does this really pertain to your dispute letters? 

It's easy: 

  1. You put yourself in this position and left your "keys" at "home", right? 
  2. You hire someone for credit repair or you do your own dispute letters. 
  3. While you realize that it's not an easy process, you get frustrated with the timing because you just can't seem to find the right key to open the door. 
  4. Key = dispute reason
  5. Door = deletion


I use this example because there are like 100+ dispute reasons you can use per account but only ONE of them is going to open that door to the deletion and the only way that you'll find out is to go through the process. 

This is why it is so important to know which key does what. What type of door it goes to, etc. This way, you cut down on the process time by only using the "keys" that are most likely to open the "door". 


Still looking for help or need someone to process your dispute letters for you? Schedule a call with me today at https://www.expertcreditsweeps.com/bookonline

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