If the creditors send me proof after the first round is sent, does that mean they won't come off?

If the creditors send me proof after the first round is sent, does that mean they won't come off?

Most definitely not. Each account has an average of 17 dispute reasons, aside from actual inaccuracies. Each must be investigated and each must be legally verified. This is also where direct creditor disputes, complaints and escalations come in. 
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