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ficofox
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Getting maximum use out of decline letters

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Remember to save those decline letters and use them to pull free reports. With those, you can pull your reports over a certain time period. So, let's say you got two declines recently from a CCC that pulled EX, for example, you could pull your free EX report twice without having to wait a full year as you normally would when you pull from annualcrediteport.com. Hope that makes sense.


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