It isn't over yet!

Did you include your side of the story, send it to each Consumer Reporting Agency (CRA) who is reporting the disputed tradeline, and not receive any correspondence in return within 30 - 45 days? If so, you may have a case for failure to adequately investigate your dispute.

If you did get a letter back from the CRA, does it make any sense? Is it reasonable that they could have come to the decision that they did?  If not, you may also have a case for failure to adequately investigate your dispute!

You're frustrated - but these are common. Millions of bits of data get exchanged through the e-Oscar system every day, and whenever there are humans involved, there are bound to be mistakes. Request a Free Case Evaluation and get the resolution and peace-of-mind that you're entitled to!

If you have any questions please don't hesitate to contact me or call me directly at 415.802.0137.

Michael F. Cardoza, Esq.
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U.S. Marine & Consumer Financial Protection Attorney helping victims of ID theft and Credit Reporting errors.