When I sign up, how long until I hear something or receive something?

When I sign up, how long until I hear something or receive something?

Learn, Prepare, Prevent Program: 
You will begin receiving emails immediately after sign up with member's only content such as building credit and scores. If we are missing something such as the sign up form, identityiq link or other, we will notify you so that you can resolve it. 

You will receive reminders to send over everything required and these are automated. 

Your first updates will come 3-5 days after disputes go out on the 9th business day. These include credit analysis and credit bureau disputes. 














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