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Send all dispute letters at once?

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I have written 5 dispute letters for transunion for public records which when I contact the public office for them they are unable to find records for these. I'm wanting to know if I should send these all at once or stagger them out? I don't know if it makes a difference but thought I would check with feedback before I sent out.

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If you send them all at once, I think your chance of success is either 0 or 100%, assuming that the public records are accurate. Because the mail will probably arrive at the same time and will be worked at the same time. If you stagger them, your success rate might be more varied. But either way, you can always try again if you fail. But personally for me, I would stagger it.

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If you send different letters all at the same time, I think you will experience a lot of delays with the disputes. Every time you contact them after you have one dispute open, they'll tack 15 more days on to the time they have.

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If you send different letters all at the same time, I think you will experience a lot of delays with the disputes. Every time you contact them after you have one dispute open, they'll tack 15 more days on to the time they have.

Which I believe is illegal because the only time a CRA can tack on 15 days is if you send in additional documentation for a investigation/reinvestigation that is related to the dispute already in progress. This is from my understanding.

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FWIW, I have a number of judgments on all three that I've been disputing. I've been doing one at a time per CRA, every 45-50 days. They've been deleted or updated(blah) well within the first 30 days each time.

 

Patience is the key here. I've learned that small wins, one at a time, is the way to go.

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