What happens if I have an additional late payment or collection account while in the middle of the dispute process?
At Pyramid Credit Repair, we understand that financial situations can change quickly and unexpectedly, and new derogatory items may appear on your credit report while we're in the process of disputing existing ones. If this happens, please let us know, but it's not necessary since we'll be monitoring your updated credit reports and actively taking action to have any questionable derogatory items addressed immediately.
In fact, our dispute process is designed to challenge any questionable derogatory items on your credit report, including late payments and collection accounts. We will continue to work with you to dispute any new items that appear on your credit report during the process.
It's important to note that staying current on all active accounts during our process is still crucial since any late payments can immediately negatively impact your credit score, potentially dropping it by as much as 50-100 points. We highly recommend that you continue to make timely payments on all your accounts, and we will work diligently to remove any questionable derogatory items that appear on your credit report.
What methods of payment does Pyramid Credit accept?
At Pyramid Credit Repair, we want to make it easy and convenient for our clients to make payments for our services. Currently, we accept Visa, Mastercard, and American Express credit cards as the primary method of payment. We understand the ...
How much of an improvement to my credit scores can I expect?
We understand that improving your credit scores is a top priority, and we work diligently to achieve the best possible results for our clients. However, due to the unique nature of every credit report, we cannot accurately estimate how much your ...
When does The Pyramid Team start services?
Our Pyramid Credit Repair team offers its services immediately after enrollment. However, it's important to note that the setup process and preparation of challenges for investigation may take up to 7 calendar days. The specific timeline may vary ...
What if collection agencies or creditors send me letters?
That means we're doing our job. We recommend that you notify your Dispute Manager and they'll provide proper instructions on what to do with them.
What If I get calls from Collection Agencies or Creditors after I hire you?
When we dispute item on your credit reports, it may slightly result in an increase of phone calls you receive from creditors and collection agencies we're working with. This just means we're doing our job! Please consult with your Dispute Manager for ...