Should you send another dispute letter to credit bureaus?

I have disputed a few credit card accounts with the CRAs. Some of the accounts have been deleted from my credit report whereas a few tradelines are still there. What should I do? How can I remove them from my credit report? Should I send another dispute letter?

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You’re required to send another dispute letter to the credit bureau. Are you sure that the tradelines showing on your credit report don’t belong to you? If they don’t, then you can send another dispute letter to the credit bureau to remove the inaccurate accounts from the credit report.

You may send them a dispute letter but usually negative items will remain on your credit report for 7 years from the date of your first default. Credit bureaus will investigate this matter and will remove the tradelines if they find out that the information on your credit report is incorrect.

How old are these accounts or tradelines? These would stay on your credit report for 7 years and you can dispute the tradelines if these have been reported correctly.

Yes, when the job hasn't been done with 1 dispute letter, you have no other option but to send them yet another dispute letter and wait for their response.

Send another dispute letter to credit bureaus. Make sure you send the letter only when you're sure that the tradelines (that have not been removed) are inaccurate.

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