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“Account Information Disputed by Consumer” – How Is It Triggered?

GetAttachment[1]I am a newbie. I just saw a credit report which had “account information disputed by consumer” (meets requirement of the Fair Credit Reporting Act). How is this triggered? How do we go about eliminating it?

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  1. Tiffany says:

    Great webinar Mike, very informative. This is like the "Credit Univeristy!" The techniques given by Jordan are invaluable and I will apply those starting today. My goal is to close 5-8 deals this week!

  2. Dejr Bostick says:

    Hey Mike a great great webinar today…so much rich information. This is something that i run into quite a bit and wanted to know about this allows me to be a professional when dealing with clients.

  3. Stephen says:

    Mike: I look forward to some additional sales webinar geared around selling the referring partner, ie., mortgage broker, realtor, etc. and strategies to market to them. I have been getting the cold shoulder when approaching these groups and need to figure out how to break through. Again, took lots of notes today (03/10) and always end up learning something new. Thanks Again. Stephen

  4. Alma Santos says:

    This is the answer that I have been looking for. Mortgage lenders are no longer closing loans if credit reports are showing this statement.
    Great webinar today like always. I just can't thank you enough for providing so much information that is much needed to run a credit repair busniess. I could honestly say that part of my success I owe it to your webinars and the people that you bring to speak. I so looking forward to attending your seminar in Tampa. Please foward me the information that you mention in the webinar.
    Thank you again,

  5. David Clifton says:

    Just listened to the post about removing the "Consumer Disputes this account" notation in a tradeline. You were discussing this in an online seminar training and you mentioned that the original creditor needs to be contacted and informed that the account is not being disputed any longer. You mentioned that a request be made to the creditor to fill out a form and send it to the bureaus. I didn't catch the name of that particular form. Do you recall it?…dave clifton

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