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Best approach for medical collections

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Re: Best approach for medical collections

I know that it's some montns later but I'd like a PM as well!   Smiley Happy

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Re: Best approach for medical collections

If you could forward me that info, it would be greatly appreciated.  Thanks a bunch.

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Please send info to me as well.  Thanks.

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I have a few as well, will someone please forward this PM to me. Smiley Happy

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Re: Best approach for medical collections

anybody with this info please PM me too. and thanks!

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Re: Best approach for medical collections

 

I'm not sure how many of you got the PM from Lois5669. I just sent a PM to the ones on this page (12).

 

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Re: Best approach for medical collections

Ok. Can you add me to the list too??? I would love this information.Smiley Wink

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I'll take a PM if possible. Im 2 in the hole but plan on paying them off this weekend? Thanks!

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I'd love that info too...thx in advance!!

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I too, would love that info as well!!! Everyone on here is so helpfuland is such a great inspiration to know this credit repair can be done on your own!!!!