Advanced Resolution Services Freeze Sample Letter
Learn how to write the Advanced Resolution Services freeze letter, an easy step-by-step guide.
Do not know how to write a Security Freeze request letter to Advanced Resolution Services? So, you really should send this letter to ARS.
Follow these below steps and freeze your Advanced Resolution Services consumer report easily using our readily available document template ⬇️⬇️⬇️
Step 1: Download the iDispute app and open the document template from the iDispute.org site, or you can visit iDispute YouTube for a video tutorial.
Step 2: Start filling the form with your Full Name.
Step 3: Next, provide your Current Residential Address, as mentioned in your ID or drivers’ license. The first line will have a flat or building number and the street name. Type your city and state name in line 2 of the address.
Step 4: Insert the date.
Step 5: Enter your Full Name again.
Step 6: Now, write your Social Security Number.
Step 7: Your Date of Birth.
Step 8: Next, provide your Current Residential Address again.
Step 9: Then enter your Phone Number.
Step 10: And your Email address.
Step 11: Type your Full Name under ‘Sincerely.’
Step 12: Next, download your Identity Document and SSN card.
Step 13: On the next page of the NOTARY section, re-type your Full Name.
Congratulations! Your document is ready. Check it thoroughly and see if the personal information you gave is accurate.
Step 14: Once you have confirmed, click on the BUY button at the top.
Step 15: Make the Payment, and the document is ready to download for print.
Step 16: Remember to Notarize the document and keep the original copy for your records.
Step 17: For your convenience, get the notary service online HERE.
Step 18: The last step is to send the letter by a certified USPS, as it is the most trusted form, and provide a confirmation when the ARS receives the document.
Mail your document to the address below:
Advanced Resolution Services, Inc.
5005 Rockside Rd, Suite 600
Independence, Ohio 44131
However, if you do not have time to go to the USPS and wait in a queue to fill-up the form and send it across, go online for the reliable service of LetterCarrier.org.
Please Remember! Keep a hard copy of the notarized document, certified mail receipt, and payment receipt for your records.
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