DIY Credit Repair Course Module 4: How To Interpret Credit Bureau Responses

Module 4: How To Interpret Credit Bureau Responses After round 1 dispute letters have been mailed to the bureaus there is a 30 – 45 day waiting period during which they must respond. Once they respond the information that they have sent needs to be reviewed.  In this next section, we will discuss reviewing consumer credit reports and the information that is reported there.  Each bureau should send a new copy of its credit report when they respond to disputes. Their response will also contain a status message with the result of the dispute. This result should be added to the dispute tracker or your personal notes.  The letter below is one example of a typical response letter from the credit bureaus. […]

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