Step Four – Economic Decision
Is it just me or does everybody often experience the same feeling I do…defeat at the hands of someone else when you didn’t even know you were playing a game? I would even go so far as to say this happens on a weekly basis, heck usually daily in my own mind. Does your dry cleaning seem to come back without a button even though it was a brand new shirt you wore once, or have you ever stepped in some fresh dog feces in your front yard and you don’t own a pet? How about when the doctor’s office makes you wait for an hour and a half because apparently their time is more valuable than yours; or better yet you buy some super exciting tech gadget online and the garbage that appeared in your mailbox fourteen weeks later (if anything appeared at all) more resembled your kid’s 2nd grade science fair project than anything else. The big question is what are you going to do about it? Jim Carey in Liar Liar said it best when he picked up his car from impound after noticing a fresh scratch on his convertible, but that’s not even appropriate for me to write. Long story short you are going to do nothing other than bitch and moan. You don’t sue people left and right because at the end of the day it’s just a bad economic decision and the only one that would make any money for all these wrong doings is the attorneys. Just once in a while however, the shoe is on the other foot, and in step four of the removal process you can finally receive this benefit.
There is no law forcing the creditors to do all the work necessary to complete our investigations. It just so happens if they elect not to do anything the outcome goes in our client’s favor. Think about this, if you have a paid collection dragging down your score, and we together find it to be questionable or inaccurate and we launch a series of questions for them to support their claim what economic incentive do they have to do anything? Not much, as they have already received their money. How about if you have a medical collection or credit card charge off? Medical debt is often sold at 2¢ on the dollar while credit card debt can be sold at 15¢. It doesn’t take too long to burn through those profits fighting us over a debatable account. These creditors need to decide if they want to go to war with you at great cost to them all while you’re footing a bill less than $100 (if represented by us) a month for all the questionable, misleading, inaccurate, erroneous, and incomplete information that plague credit reports.
The removals or deletions that we are responsible for daily are really incredible and they all fall within this four step removal process. Please, allow us help, call asap to 1-866-595-6313 for a free credit consultation.