05-19-2010 11:10 AM
Anyone know when all the disputed and supporting documents will be recieved and procssed by the 3 beaures and when Barclays and Citi will review them too? I know its only been three days but i cant wait anylonger any suggestions to speed up the process, i know the CRB take forever!
05-19-2010 11:17 AM
I'd imagine the banks should receive the materials in a week or two and it could take longer for the cra's to acknowledge receipt, perhaps a few weeks-- but hope it's sooner... be patient, it's snail mail
05-23-2010 03:53 PM
I did remember, they wanted to pull Hard again, i said no....but since i SPECIFICALLY said do not pull a hard inq on my reports and signed it i hope to goes to another Credit analyst who will be nicer as that guy was a jerk! Plus i used PFB you think that still works?
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