How Long Is This Going To Take?
Credit repair seems like a long and tedious process, but have you ever wondered why it takes to long to complete? Many people often look to repair their credit with a specific goal in mind (like taking out a car lone or purchasing a house) it’s important to know just how long it takes for the process to be completed.
With this in mind, CLC has put together the information below in the hopes of assisting the average borrower understand the credit repair process. If you would like to get started on repairing your credit, just fill out our quick consultation form here.
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Getting ready for your first disputes!
To start your credit repair journey, first we need to review your credit reports to identify any potential discrepancies and mistakes. There are may tools you can use to check your credit report any time you want. You can always call us to get a free consultation and have a credit adviser go over your report with you or check out a reporting tool like Credit Armour to view and monitor your report! Once you have a copy of your report, it is time for start looking for errors! Missing information, wrong information, entry errors and unverifiable items are just a few of the things you can dispute in the hope of removal from your report!
Once we have located and verified the discrepancies on your credit report, dispute letters have to be made and documentation needs to be acquired before we contact the bureaus. The time required for this step differs for everyone, depending on the nature of the disputes and how much information is able to be gathered for the disputes. The dispute process can be done as quickly as a few hours if you have all of the proper information gathered to a few days depending on the documentation needed for your situation!
If you have decided to repair your credit on your own, you determine how fast this part of the process goes with the information your have gathered. If you decide to utilize Credit Law Centers program, the company will help you expedite to get the job done as quickly as possible.
Once you have the first disputes sent off, the clock starts ticking. The credit bureaus have 30 days to contact the creditors to attempt to verify the disputed information and respond. It is always a good idea to send your letters by registered mail, so you have an account of the date they were sent!
Playing The Waiting Game
After 30 days, the credit bureau must respond to your inquiry. In some cases, more documentation may be required if the bureau needs specific information to verify or reject a dispute. As a result, there may be some back and forth prior to the disputes resolution.
There are many times that multiple dispute letters may need to be sent. If there are a large nu