Separate names with a comma.
Discussion in 'Credit Talk' started by star, Oct 25, 2001.
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I would not use it to dispute with the credit reporting agencies... only communication with original creditors. If you want online investigations, the major cras now offer those on their websites...
I do not think you would want to use Plantefeedback for CRA disputes. You would want to deal directly with the CRA.
Planetfeedback would benefit you if you were to request deletion/change from the lender or reporting agency itself, but not the CRA.
For example, if you had a 'Cap One' account that was being reported incorrectly or unfavorably, you could use Plantefeedback to contact Cap One, explain your situation, and try to have the account reported differently.
I would put contact info in the letter but not your ss#. I would choose 'not' to 'share' the letter if personal info is listed.
Hope this helps!