The current set up, analysis, research and dispute timeframe is 9business days. Client portals are completed 3-5 days later.
Here is the process: (business days)
Set up 1-3 days
Analysis 3-5 days
Research and Disputes 2+ days
Once disputes have been completed, the client portal tracking link will be sent out, wherein a password can be created to review the client portal
An email will be sent out once disputes have been downloaded
An email will be sent out that a new client portal has been created with username and password. This is where copies of disputes will be found and is separate for the original portal
*Most companies do not give copies of disputes to their clients; Expert Credit Sweeps does and this is where you will be able to access them as well as share any documentation
First round is 40 days
All other rounds average 33 days
Please note that this is NOT credit repair and althought the end result will be that your credit is repaired, the process does not have the same timing. Your dispute timing will all depend on what was disputed, when, how, with whom, what method, what round, whether it was disputed prior, etc. Either way, your negative items will have the best strategy available based on factual disputes by going down the hierarchy of dispute reasons.
When will my 1st update be from the 1st round?
Unfortunately, the first round is always the longest. I can promise you that it is for your benefit, though! 1st round timing: 9 business days for disputes to go out 40 days for investigation and responses *this timing is approximate and can change ...
What can I do if the bureaus don't respond or delete within the allotted time frame of 30 days?
We take care of this for you, as we do everything on your behalf. The CRAs have 30 days to either respond to your disputes or to delete the unverified items. If the bureaus do not respond within this time, or the items or not deleted, we send a ...
When will my new disputes be on my client portal?
For disputes on round 1: 5 days after disputes go out. Disputes go out in 9 business days from the date of sign up. 8As long as the SSL certificate is installed on the client portal For disputes on round 2+: Within a few days Why does it take so ...
Is it really that important to wait 30 days or more between disputes? Why?
Yes, most definitely. We try to wait at least 30 days (more is better) in between disputes. This way we are hoping that the credit bureaus will take the previous request to investigate the items out of their computer system. There really way of ...
Clarification on how updates work
If this were regular credit repair, you would have updates either every 35, 45, 60 or 90 days based off the reports that you receive in the mail. Your dispute letters sent out would be based off templates and your total timeframe would be 12 months - ...