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Discussion in 'Credit Talk' started by kenny, Dec 24, 2000.
If you dispute something and it doesn't come off it is ok to dispute it right away again?
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I diputed an item with Trans and they said they updated it but the item appeared exactly as it did before. So, I sent out a second letter disputing the same thing probably about 3 days after I received the result, I included a copy of what they said. You are supposed to use stronger lanuguage in the second letter. It worked, they changed the item. Mine was a student loan that was rehabilitated. It was changed from the adverse section to the postive section.
I have the same problem, I have a borrower who rehabilitated their student loan but Unipac still lists it as a charge off.
Do you have a copy of the letter you sent to get them to remove it?
P.S. I have moved from LandMark Mtg to Bank of America Mortgage