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A Jedi in Credit Scoring / UnOfficial Austin, TEXAS

by Larry Chiang on May 23, 2015

By Larry Chiang
Playing “Knights of Catan” and Card Against Humanity has rules. Rules are part of strategy. You don’t intuition rules. You read rules
Here is someone in Silicon Valley with a Stanford Law degree, complaining about rules the US congress wrote
Credit cards can appear evil or undead. Or they can serve. Here is what to do exactly when a recurring charge appears

(in 3 parts)
/1/ Scrawl out on a piece of paper:
Dear Chase,
“disputing the sports illustrated charge and subscription. Please provide written doc. I am disputing because there is no agreement”

Wilmington DE 19850

Make exactly zero phone calls as per the Fair Credit Reporting Act

load the Twitter app so you can tweet me money and I’ll send you the supplies for $8.oo. Yup an envelope with the special PO box and a special stamp to connect your letter to the Experian database.

Jk, do it yourself

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No, you can’t crash on my sofa at 98 San Jacinto during ACL / south by
Larry Chiang (@LarryChiang)
A Jedi can just take Experian’s credit report and write on it like you write on paper using #PObox105281

Larry Chiang
CEO of Duck9
Stanford University’s Founding EIR (Entrepreneur in Residence)
Duck9 = Deep Underground Credit Knowledge 9
98 San Jacinto // LL2
Austin TX 78701 
(512) 775-8100

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