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What Goes Into a Credit Dispute Letter?

It is advisable to check your credit reports regularly and to promptly submit a credit report dispute near Fairfax if you detect any errors. You have the right to consult a credit report lawyer for Fair Credit Reporting Act guidance. One common mistake people make when submitting a credit report dispute is failing to sign the document. Always sign the letter and type your name below your signature. Make sure to include all documents supporting your dispute as to why you have an inaccurate credit report in Fairfax. Additionally, send the letter via certified mail with a return receipt request.

For more information on writing a credit report dispute letter, watch this video or consult your credit lawyer. This video discusses which information you should include, such as the contact information of the creditor associated with the error. It also provides a sample statement for describing erroneous information.

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