Is There a Dispute Note on Your Credit Report?


Ask Carolyn Warren

If you sent a letter of dispute to Experian, Equifax, or TransUnion stating that something was not 100 percent correct about an account, then there might be a notation that says account in dispute or disputed by consumer.

If you hired a professional credit repair service that disputed on your behalf, then the same thing applies.

There’s a Good Reason for the Dispute Notice — and It Helps You

If a negative account (late payments, collection, anything bad) is on your credit report, it lowers your score. If the negative account is false, it would penalize you unfairly. Therefore, the credit bureaus remove the disputed account from the mathematical scoring system. Interesting, as this opens a door of opportunity!

This was a strategy credit repair services used in the past. They would send a dispute, your score would increase, and then you could quickly apply for a mortgage while…

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