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CMRRR -- when to start the clock? 30 days or 45?

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I am trying to figure out when to start counting the 30 days to expect a reply from CRAs. Is it the date that I posted the letter, or the date that they stamped it as received? Am I supposed to +5 on those 30 days for mailing?

 

Additionally, when does the 45-day clock come into play re: disputes?

-Renata ~ on a positive credit quest.
It's a long road...
TODO: Paid off all outstanding debt 12/10 :: Correct all inaccurate items on CRs (ongoing) :: Send out letters of GW 6/24 :: Save for deposit on secured CC (ongoing) :: Apply for secured CC :: Get TU FICO :: Get EX FICO :: Get EQ FICO :: Choose longterm CMS
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Re: CMRRR -- when to start the 30-day clock?

Any thoughts on this?

-Renata ~ on a positive credit quest.
It's a long road...
TODO: Paid off all outstanding debt 12/10 :: Correct all inaccurate items on CRs (ongoing) :: Send out letters of GW 6/24 :: Save for deposit on secured CC (ongoing) :: Apply for secured CC :: Get TU FICO :: Get EX FICO :: Get EQ FICO :: Choose longterm CMS
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Re: CMRRR -- when to start the 30-day clock?

^^^

-Renata ~ on a positive credit quest.
It's a long road...
TODO: Paid off all outstanding debt 12/10 :: Correct all inaccurate items on CRs (ongoing) :: Send out letters of GW 6/24 :: Save for deposit on secured CC (ongoing) :: Apply for secured CC :: Get TU FICO :: Get EX FICO :: Get EQ FICO :: Choose longterm CMS
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