STEP 1 REQUEST YOUR FREE CREDIT REPORTS
CreditUmbrella’s software features special tools to help you obtain your free credit reports from Equifax, Experian & Transunion. Credit score software facilitates easy generation of reports.
The Fair and Accurate Credit Transaction Act of 2003 (FACTA) made it mandatory that credit bureaus supply consumers with one free credit report each year through Annual Credit Report website.
STEP 2 IDENTIFY AND INPUT NEGATIVE ITEMS AND ACCOUNTS INTO TURBOSCORE’S PROGRAM
Review your credit reports carefully to identify any items that are negatively impacting your credit score and highlight everything you believe to be errors, inaccurate, or obsolete, These could be negative accounts, inquiries, collections and public records. Studies show that as many as 75-80% of all Credit Reports contain inaccuracies and errors.
STEP 3 INPUT ALL YOUR NEGATIVE QUESTIONABLE ITEMS INTO TURBOSCORE SOFTWARE AND QUICKLY CREATE PROFESSIONAL DISPUTE LETTERS WITH FEW CLICKS
Access our extensive library of proven Dispute Letters to maximize your results. These are perfect templates for disputing Late Payments, Judgments, Civil Claims, Charge-Offs, Foreclosures, Liens, Repossessions, Bankruptcies, Accounts in Dispute, Settlements Accepted, Collections and more. Take advantage of your unlimited use of all of these proven Credit Repair Letter Templates with few clicks. Ready to go letter templates makes your work easier and faster.
STEP 4 SUBMIT YOUR REQUEST – SIT BACK AND RELAX
According to the Fair Credit Reporting Act Credit Bureaus have thirty (30) days to investigate your request to verify and make changes on your Credit Report and send you a letter regarding their investigation results within five (5) days of its completion.
If the credit bureau or the creditor is unable, unwilling or unavailable to verify that a credit item determining your score is accurate and timely, it must be removed from your credit report.
Hopefully, with fewer questionable items on your Credit Reports, you will begin this process all over again until you feel your Credit Report is at its best and accurate.