03-18-2009 04:39 AM
Nov 2007, I was hospitalized for three days. I was was hopping that my insurance would be reinstated, It was not , however I had called the Hospital and let them know that I knew I had an 11000.00 bill and hopefully it would be paid . I was denied,I was getting so many bills from everywhere, I thought I had them all put into one, and was told that the monthly payments would be divided in parts , I would still get bills from them , just disregard them. I set it up to come directly out of my checking account. few months latter I started getting calls, for payments, I was bust taking care of my sister who was dying, I just paid every bill that I got. I was paying all three CRA, monthly so I didn't want anything reported. Anyway, after my sister passed away, I got focused and found that four of the accounts had been reported and were CO. I called all of them and paid them in full that day. but still they wont take them off. What can I do?
03-18-2009 06:41 AM
I'm not sure I understand your question.
The HIPAA process outlines the steps you take to get paid medical collections off of your credit report. If you do a quick search, or look at the stickied threads, there is a lot of information out there.
Did you begin that process, and run into a problem?
03-18-2009 07:02 AM
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