Writing a well-structured dispute letter in the credit repair industry is very important on your credit repair business plan if you want to help your customers fix or improve their credit scores.
A dispute letter is usually written to clarify and correct any misinformation on your customer’s credit report. That is why your letter should point out the disputes with some supporting facts or documents.
The good thing about the credit repair business plan is that, in addition to the default letters, you can add your own manual letter, giving you the freedom to add your own letter and use it in your disputes.
To add and check your manual letters in the credit repair business plan, go to the company tab.
Then under the company menu options, click letter vault.
You will be routed to the letter vault screen, where you can see all the letters available to use. In this area, you can also add and edit your letters.
In the letter vault, we have letters for credit bureaus, creditors, collectors, respond, and manual letters.
Then over here are the manual letters.
In this section, you will be able to add your own credit bureau, creditor, collector, and respond to credit bureaus, respond to creditors, and respond to collector letters.
Click the “add manual letters” button to create your own letter.
Then you will be routed to the add manual letter section, where you can upload and customize your dispute letter.
You can import or upload letters in this section by clicking the choose file button.
Note: Use.doc,. docs, or .text when importing your letters.
You can also watch training videos about adding your own letter for reference.
Over here, in the text box, you can add the title of your letter.
Then here, you need to select under the letter category the type of letter you will be adding.
Then here, in the text, you can add and customize your letter.
We call these placeholders, wherein they will automatically populate your customers’ information.
And here is where you can find the placeholders you can use to create your manual letter.
You can also add/upload your own image to the letter by clicking the add/edit image button.
Then a popup box will show where you can upload an image
Note: The maximum file that you can upload is 10 MB, and it should be in jpg, jpeg, or png format.
Click the save button once you’re done.
All the uploaded images will be in this section, and you just need to select an image you would like to add to your letter.
Then click the save vault button once you are done with your manual letter.
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