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Is there such a thing that I can use for home?

I am not happy with spending 8 hours typing letters out :cry: , cutting and pasting ... Ughhh that took way to long to do last night ... Please help if you know or have seen such a thing.....

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Is there such a thing that I can use for home?

I am not happy with spending 8 hours typing letters out :cry: , cutting and pasting ... Ughhh that took way to long to do last night ... Please help if you know or have seen such a thing.....

Do Not Waste Your Money

Credit-Aid Plus Complaint

DO NOT BUY CREDIT AID PLUS - SOFTWARE

http://www.my3cents.com/showReview.cgi?id=70914

As for cutting and pasting - do you have the program "Word" in your computer?

Honestly fixing your credit is as simple as creating a plan and sticking to it. This website has so much information and resources available to you about credit repair - it is invaluable for you.

..:)++.Don't do them all at once. spread it out...do a few each week, space (and pace) yourself. It's a marathon, NOT a sprint...:)++

Good Advice!!!!

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I've found that most of the letters I need to write to be actually quite short. Some of the sample letters you find for debt repair ramble on for several paragraphs or even several pages and 9 times out of 10, just one paragraph or even just a few sentences is all you need. And once you write the first letter, you can often just tweek a few things to send the same letter to a different OC/CA.

Take a validation letter for instance. All you need is the CA's mailing address and whatever account number they gave you on the dunning letter, and then a brief "I dispute this debt and request validation". You don't need to explain the law to them (they should already know it), you don't need three pages of itemized requests (they don't have to give you most of it anyway). Just keep it short and simple, otherwise your're just wasting time, paper, and toner.

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