- The creditor has 30 days to act.
- The creditor must look into the claim.
- The creditor must either correct the mistake or explain why there is no mistake.
- The creditor must give proof the bill was corrected if asked for it.
- The creditor can't do anything against the debtor until it checks into the claim and reports back to the debtor. It can't close the account. It can't make a bad report to a credit bureau.
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