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Name of the Creditor/Collection Agency/Credit Reporting Agency
Judgment Case #: (if applicable)
Case #: (if applicable)
Original Creditor Name: (if applicable)
Any Other Information You May Want Go Give Concerning The Debt
To Whom It May Concern,
I am writing to see if you will make a goodwill adjustment in your reporting to my _____________ (Equifax, TransUnion, Experian) credit report. Due to some hardships in my life, I was unable to meet my responsibilities to my creditors. Over time, this negatively impacted my credit report.
(Explain the hardships and how they made it unable for you to meet your financial responsibilities)
(Explain how you are now in a better place in your life and are trying to clean up your credit, pay your debts, etc…
(Explain what you want this creditor/credit reporting agency to do for you. Be SPECIFIC about what you want them to do to your credit file)
(Give them praise. Do they have great customer service? Have they ever helped you before? Etc…
I hope you will consider my request to ____________________________ I appreciate you taking the time to help me.
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