No Wonder There Are Laws To Protect You Remember this when the credit bureaus pretend to be on your side:

In 2000, Equifax, Experian, and Trans Union paid $2.5 million to settle charges that they violated the FCRA. The bureaus were accused of blocking calls from over a million consumers who wanted to discuss the information and possible errors in their credit reports.

Which Credit Items Can Be Disputed?

The credit bureaus are going to send you a variety of letters including requests for more information, warnings about working with credit repair companies, the status of your disputes, and your updated credit reports.

Why send us credit bureau responses?

All we ask is that you simply forward these communications on to Credit Unlimited so we can continue working your case.

The first reason we request that you forward all credit bureau responses to us is because, put simply, it's our job to handle such communications so you don't have to.

The second reason is because we need your updated credit reports so we can continue the credit repair process. Such updated credit reports let us know which items have been removed from your credit reports and which items need continued disputing.

Remember: We advise that you promptly send any responses to Credit Unlimited and not worry about responding yourself. We take care of that for you.

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