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Warning! You Can Lose 100's of Credit Score Points If You Do This


You can access this slide deck at https://offf.to/score-warning (editable Canva template) to start creating your own credit score and dispute letter action plan using the credit sweep method. You can alternately access the PDF version (cannot be edited) at https://ysnd.it/GokItQT6. *I noticed on playback this morning that the recording looks fine on mobile until used as full-screen. Now that I know this, I will not be recording in full-screen. My apologies! The entire point behind this video is for you to be careful with the way that you dispute and to ensure that you've done a complete analysis and risk assessment prior to disputing the derogatory accounts on your credit report. Always create an action plan and follow it. (I give it to you here!) This will work for you whether you have collections, charge-offs, foreclosures, repos, student loans, late payments, etc. Just plug in the info and start planning. If you would like to schedule a call with me to see if I am able to help you increase your credit score (with the done-for-you service), head to https://offf.to/discovery If you would like to access the Hub, head to https://offf.to/hub

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