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Grab the Dispute Reason & Tactic Worksheet at and the intro video (went live last night) can be found at . We're going over the answers to last night's worksheet and I'm breaking down WHY these are the correct answers so that you can understand how to use them when you write your dispute letters yourself. If you're finding that your dispute letters just ARE NOT getting the results you're looking for (either credit score-wise or deletion/correction-wise), then it may come down to the type of letter. You see, a lot of consumers think that credit sweeps involve police reports and other shortcuts, but I can promise you this isn't the fastest way to remove the derogatory accounts (collections, foreclosures, repos, chargeoffs, late payments, inquiries, etc.). The BEST, and FASTEST way to get legal, permanent deletions is to dispute each of the negative accounts at the same time, all 3 bureaus at the same time, custom, factual dispute letters, and to ensure that an argument is created based on the FACTs on the credit report. That's it! Anything else is virtually always bound to fail. Other important links for you: Schedule a 1:1 free Discovery Call to see if the credit sweep service would be a good fit at​ and I will see if I can help! Learn how to dispute: Save $10 on the Deep Dive Workshop until 9pm PST on 4/5 at Check out the free live podcast at


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