Over the past week, I have investigated a very popular credit repair dispute software.
It is as I thought. The dispute letter templates use language in YOUR name which is untrue.
The letters refer to laws. Fine, but what do the laws MEAN?
I’m not a lawyer but for many years I have discussed legal theories with several top consumer lawyers. I refer many clients to lawyers – who don’t charge when they accept cases by the way.
When dispute letters refer to a section of law it is an ignorant dispute! Why?
It is court cases which determine what the laws MEAN, how the laws are interpreted.
Do you ever watch TV or movie lawyers arguing in front of a judge? Do they read the law or do they refer to cases by name? Right, they refer to cases by name.
Dispute letters which refer to a section of law are as ignorant as they can be.
Even the gigantic credit repair firm Lexington Law uses ignorant dispute letters. Their results are poor yet they generate 30% of all disputes in the country! They know how to market and sell to you–and they’re kind of cheap. What good is “cheap” when results are bad?
Why don’t you use a credit repair company that isn’t ignorant–me?