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Discussion in 'Credit Talk' started by Gypsy1, Mar 31, 2001.
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The best thing I would do is take no more action until you take a few days and just explore this site. Questions like yours come up daily and are answered in various ways. Also, I would make no more phone calls but send validation letters (especially to the $25 dollar account). Sample letters are on this site and are searchable. My impression from your letter is that you are about to do the "shotgun approach" to credit repair by calling everyone and seeing what may happen. I would vote for the "planned" approach by disputing with the CRAs first then follow up with validation letters. Hope this helps.
Thank you Toothman. I guess I have a lot to learn. About a year ago, I discovered a discrepancy in my credit report and called them to have it fixed and they fixed it, so I guess I just assumed it was fairly easy.
I know we really need a car. Problem is that my fiance's credit is about in the same boat as mine because of his divorce of 11 years ago. He's still recovering. The good thing is that he owns a house and we always make the payments on time. Would he have an easier time getting a loan or being the primary borrower than I would? Are there legitimate auto loan companies out there that work with less than perfect credit? Sorry for all the questions.