The Dispute Process
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The Dispute Process
Whether you are new to the business or an experienced credit repair practitioner, learning different ways to dispute inaccurate information for your client can always bring great satisfaction at the end of the day. Credit repair is not something you learn overnight, as it takes time, patience and discipline. In this training module, we cover what the laws say about challenging inaccurate information and various other aspects of credit repair.
Dealing with Credit Reports
Understanding credit reports is one of the most important skills you can have in the credit repair industry. Knowing where to get the report also plays a key role when bringing on a new client. In this powerful video training, we talk about the various places you can get a credit report from online to offline. Which credit report is the best for your client? We also go into what to do with the report once you have it, and how to help your client understand the basics of the credit report and why it’s so important for them to get one.
Breaking the Credit Report Down
Do you know how to break a credit report down for disputing purposes? Do you know how to read a credit report and decide what is inaccurate and what is accurate? If the answer is no, then you need this training. In this video, we take you behind the screens and show you step-by-step how to break down a credit monitoring report so you can perform a credit analysis and extract all of the inaccurate information from your client’s credit report.
Picking the Right Dispute Strategy
Have you ever wondered what letter you should send when disputing for your client? What about how to respond to the credit bureaus when they refuse to remove inaccurate information? This can be frustrating for startup credit repair business owners. Well, in this training video, we show you four different dispute strategies that you can use to go after inaccurate information on your client’s credit report. Pick one technique and start getting results for your client.
Dispute Flow Letter Strategy One
Most entrepreneurs have no idea where to start when it comes to disputing, so we have made it very easy to build a dispute strategy for your customer. In this video, we show you a proven dispute system called the “Dispute Flow”. This system is designed to be easy with step-by-step instructions on how to send out various letters to the credit bureaus. These letters are designed to perform certain actions that will assist the client with removing inaccurate information from their credit report.
Dispute Campaigns Strategy Two
What if I told you that I could show you how to remove inaccurate collection accounts, charge-offs, late payments, judgments, medical bills, foreclosures, bankruptcies, inquiries and other inaccurate information, would you believe me? Well, in this video we show you how to use dispute campaigns to challenge these inaccurate trade lines. There are over fifteen dispute campaigns targeting almost all of the inaccurate accounts that could appear on a customer’s credit report. Each campaign has a total of six letters which are geared to perform a certain action and produce results.
General Letters Strategy Three
Using the Dispute Flow or the Campaigns letters are just two of the strategies you can choose from when preparing your disputes. If you don’t want the structure that the above strategies offer, you can use the general letters to start your dispute process. Each of these letters is designed for a different situation so you can pick and choose based on your client’s situation. You can also mix the general letters with the Dispute Flow and the Campaign letters to produce the best results for your client.
Manual Letters Strategy Four
Do you have your own letters that have worked for you in the past? Would you like to continue to use those letters but this time combine them with the Dispute Flow, Campaign and General letters to get better results for your clients? Well, this is the fourth dispute strategy you can use when prepping a dispute strategy for your client. If you want to use your letters, you can simply upload them into the system, and the software will track your letters along with the others.
Have you ever received letters from the bureaus stating that they will not investigate again because they have already investigated? What about “We think your letter is suspicious”? These are what we call common stall tactics and bureaus use them all the time. In this training video, we show you how to use the letters to respond whenever your customer receives one of these stall letters. Knowing how to respond is key to getting better results for your clients.