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They are so busy spewing price proposal and product that they forget to keep the communication simple. The end result is that they turn off their prospects before turning them on. Simple does not mean stupid. People buy from people they trust and believe. When you have a simple and clear message people will listen to you provided you employ the third and final letter of K. K is just as critical as A and S. You must know when to take action and know how to keep the message simple. To know suggests that you must have a keen awareness of the sales process and the psychology of selling. Finally you must know yourself.
So when you are writing this type of letter even if it s the first time you are writing the seller you will be including a price that you are offering them for their tax delinquent property. You might think that this is an unusual idea. The main reason is it would require you to do a fair amount of research on these properties. If you are sending out 500 letters you need to state a price for each and every single one of those properties. A price you are willing to offer for each and every single one of these properties. This may take a lot of work and time.
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You dispute the report by sending a letter detailing the errors. The FCRA requires that ChexSystems reinvestigate the errors that you point out to them! This is very powerful. In fact the FCRA requires that credit reporting agencies look into the errors within 30 days (or 45 days if you send additional info during the 30 day period) from receipt of your letter. Here s the most powerful part of it-if Chex Systems can t verify the information you are disputing they must remove it from your record! First however you need to get a copy of your report. You can order it online or by calling (800)428-9623.
It will take a few days to get your report. You may want to bookmark this article so you can return once you have your copy. Once you have your copy spend some time reviewing it. Your report will include the following sections: your name and "consumer identifier" one or more items of "Reported Information" (this is the bad stuff that is being reported about your banking history!) one or more "Inquiries Initiated by Consumer Action" (these are things you have allegedly done that caused someone to pull your Consumer Report) one or more "Inquiries Not Initiated By Consumer Action" (these are reports pulled by others about you without your direct permission) one or more "Retail Information" items (from other checkwriting databases such as SCAN) one ore more "History of Checks Ordered" and then personal information about you including your Social Security Number and Drivers License.