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credit repair letters sent without ID - mistake?


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I pulled my credit and found that those dumb cases that I had dismissed from Midland Funding weren't deleted from two of my credit reports.   So I sent the CRA's dispute letters basically stating that a NYC judge has dismissed the cases as frivolous without prejudice.  I included the index numbers as reference.

 

But I think I made a mistake.   I sent the letters without attaching neither my credit report nor a form of identification.  I did send the letters certified and the letters each have my name, signature and social security number. Do the CRA's have to respond?  I read a few incidents where they don't respond if you don't have ID.    

 

Should I leave it alone, or follow up with another letter?

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