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What 'forms' are they looking for? 

 

If they are trying to triage reports, then anything generic is NOT what they want.  Tailored and specific to THEIR circumstance is what they want, and THAT does not require access to the internet.  Hell, it really does not even require a computer...just pen and paper.  Oh, and a stamp...

 

 

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I am not sure, all he said was he needs them to help people repair credit. He if he remembered correctly,  the forms or templates are in one easy to access area. They are some type of template, whatever that means. 

 

I have no idea what he is talking about, I am trying to help him. 

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17 hours ago, Dawn0912 said:

I am not sure, all he said was he needs them to help people repair credit. He if he remembered correctly,  the forms or templates are in one easy to access area. They are some type of template, whatever that means. 

 

I have no idea what he is talking about, I am trying to help him. 

 

It's a myth that there is a library of forms that one simply needs to fill out to have things changed or removed from a credit report.

 

People are attracted to the idea of "sample letters," but the path forward is to read and understand the FCRA (and your state laws, if applicable) and then apply it to your specific circumstance.  

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