Just finished reading the article regarding disputing credit mistakes and talking with your creditors in a humane & pleasing way to get them to remove credit blemishes. I am in the process of developing a game-plan to restore my credit and after looking at the risks with these so called 'fix your credit instantly' services, Im convinced it can be done by anyone if you have the time. In either case, anything worth doing it worth doing right.
The people working at companies that handle customer service issues regarding your cable bills, credit cards, etc. obviously arent getting paid enough to eternally let you 'politely' harrass them with kindness regarding removing negative credit information, but Im sure the level of service is going to correlate directly with their mood and your attitude. In any case, youre going to have to work your way up to the supervisors' supervisors supervisor before they get tired of you enough just to say 'screw it, take it off the record so we can quit dealing with this guy.' But anyone getting paid to be in this position of authority is obviously going to have some sort of protocol to follow in what questions to ask before making such a decision. That being said, does anyone know what 'popular' questions they could ask as to why you are disputing said information, and what type of answers are more than likely going to put you into verbal checkmate? Any insight is gladly appreciated.
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