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Discussion in 'Credit Talk' started by Carrie, Apr 23, 2001.
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Everybody got their own way
I like to do them pretty muchly one at a time. It's much easier to keep track of things that way. I think it also has a smaller tendency get you flagged than the spamming methods do.
Other people rely strictly on the spam and chunk it out like water out of a firehose. Personally, if I had hired someone to fix my credit and I found out they were using the spamming method, I'd get away from them as fast as I could before they ruined me. I'd figure they simply were not professionals and probably didn't have anything better than spamming.
Some people like to use several at a time, maybe 3,4,5 and I don't see how that can be considered unprofessional or spamming.
I think the best course of action for you is to stop and think a little bit and do just whatever turns your crank.