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Questions about PFD - OC vs CA

Hello everyone! Smiley Happy


I have a question about two medical bills on my credit report.


The first CA is Med-Rev Recoveries for a medical bill; the second, is from Law Office of ____ _____ again for a medical bill.


It states on the credit report who the original creditor was.  I have written a PFD (PIF) for them to remove it from my credit report.


Is it better to try to go through the OC rather then the CA?  I have read on these forums that Med-Rev will not do a PFD.  As far as the other Law office, I couldn't find anything about them.


Any advice would be welcome!


Thank you!! Smiley Happy

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