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#1 koolguyinplano

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Posted 22 November 2011 - 03:17 PM



Ok I sent the DV letters (5) to the CA CMRR they received it on
Nov.18 and responded Nov. 18th stating it was valid listing my name and Balance
Due:$50. My initial dispute was online before I knew about the HIPAA process. I
have opted out and disputed prior addresses. The response from the
CA does give the original account No.941101 which matches the account
number from my OC which I had called before starting this process. They
have only responded to one of the accounts. Someone please help. The letter states:


Dear X Smith:


Please accept this letter as a written confirmation that:

1. This office initiated and investigation regarding the accuracy of our credit
report on the account described above.

2. No inaccuracies were identified as a result of the investigation.



This account represents the Emergency Department Physician fees for service provided
in the emergency room on June 4. 2008. The patient was X Smith.

If you have a specific dispute, we will immediately reopen the investigation;
otherwise, we are confirming our initial report as accurate.



This communication is from a debt collector attempting to collect a debt and
any information obtained will be used for that purpose.




Sincerely,



United Revenue Corporation



#2 Why Chat

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Posted 23 November 2011 - 04:43 PM

Ok I sent the DV letters (5) to the CA CMRR they received it on
Nov.18 and responded Nov. 18th stating it was valid listing my name and Balance
Due:$50. My initial dispute was online before I knew about the HIPAA process. I
have opted out and disputed prior addresses. The response from the
CA does give the original account No.941101 which matches the account
number from my OC which I had called before starting this process. They
have only responded to one of the accounts. Someone please help. The letter states:


Dear X Smith:


Please accept this letter as a written confirmation that:

1. This office initiated and investigation regarding the accuracy of our credit
report on the account described above.

2. No inaccuracies were identified as a result of the investigation.



This account represents the Emergency Department Physician fees for service provided
in the emergency room on June 4. 2008. The patient was X Smith.

If you have a specific dispute, we will immediately reopen the investigation;
otherwise, we are confirming our initial report as accurate.



This communication is from a debt collector attempting to collect a debt and
any information obtained will be used for that purpose.




Sincerely,



United Revenue Corporation

If you are sure that the reporting CA is a "primary" CA, as seems to be the case, then you can pay the OC ( original creditor health care provider) the $50. with the HIPAA letter insert "a" FOLLOW ALL THE INSTRUCTIONS.
http://www.whychat.5u.com/hipltr.html

#3 koolguyinplano

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Posted 28 November 2011 - 02:02 PM


Ok I sent the DV letters (5) to the CA CMRR they received it on
Nov.18 and responded Nov. 18th stating it was valid listing my name and Balance
Due:$50. My initial dispute was online before I knew about the HIPAA process. I
have opted out and disputed prior addresses. The response from the
CA does give the original account No.941101 which matches the account
number from my OC which I had called before starting this process. They
have only responded to one of the accounts. Someone please help. The letter states:


Dear X Smith:


Please accept this letter as a written confirmation that:

1. This office initiated and investigation regarding the accuracy of our credit
report on the account described above.

2. No inaccuracies were identified as a result of the investigation.



This account represents the Emergency Department Physician fees for service provided
in the emergency room on June 4. 2008. The patient was X Smith.

If you have a specific dispute, we will immediately reopen the investigation;
otherwise, we are confirming our initial report as accurate.



This communication is from a debt collector attempting to collect a debt and
any information obtained will be used for that purpose.




Sincerely,



United Revenue Corporation

If you are sure that the reporting CA is a "primary" CA, as seems to be the case, then you can pay the OC ( original creditor health care provider) the $50. with the HIPAA letter insert "a" FOLLOW ALL THE INSTRUCTIONS.
http://www.whychat.5u.com/hipltr.html



#4 koolguyinplano

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Posted 30 November 2011 - 04:59 PM



Ok I sent the DV letters (5) to the CA CMRR they received it on
Nov.18 and responded Nov. 18th stating it was valid listing my name and Balance
Due:$50. My initial dispute was online before I knew about the HIPAA process. I
have opted out and disputed prior addresses. The response from the
CA does give the original account No.941101 which matches the account
number from my OC which I had called before starting this process. They
have only responded to one of the accounts. Someone please help. The letter states:


Dear X Smith:


Please accept this letter as a written confirmation that:

1. This office initiated and investigation regarding the accuracy of our credit
report on the account described above.

2. No inaccuracies were identified as a result of the investigation.



This account represents the Emergency Department Physician fees for service provided
in the emergency room on June 4. 2008. The patient was X Smith.

If you have a specific dispute, we will immediately reopen the investigation;
otherwise, we are confirming our initial report as accurate.



This communication is from a debt collector attempting to collect a debt and
any information obtained will be used for that purpose.




Sincerely,



United Revenue Corporation

If you are sure that the reporting CA is a "primary" CA, as seems to be the case, then you can pay the OC ( original creditor health care provider) the $50. with the HIPAA letter insert "a" FOLLOW ALL THE INSTRUCTIONS.
http://www.whychat.5u.com/hipltr.html



The CA United Revenue Service only replied back to 1 of the 5 accounts I listed in the DV. What do I do about the other 4? Also, are the CA's obligated to provide proof in writing statin the Dr. or Hospital that the bill is for? Will the CRA (Experian) delete the collects even though the CA and the CRA state it's valide but provide no proof in writing other than the "validated" statement on my online dispute?

#5 Why Chat

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Posted 01 December 2011 - 02:14 PM




Ok I sent the DV letters (5) to the CA CMRR they received it on
Nov.18 and responded Nov. 18th stating it was valid listing my name and Balance
Due:$50. My initial dispute was online before I knew about the HIPAA process. I
have opted out and disputed prior addresses. The response from the
CA does give the original account No.941101 which matches the account
number from my OC which I had called before starting this process. They
have only responded to one of the accounts. Someone please help. The letter states:


Dear X Smith:


Please accept this letter as a written confirmation that:

1. This office initiated and investigation regarding the accuracy of our credit
report on the account described above.

2. No inaccuracies were identified as a result of the investigation.



This account represents the Emergency Department Physician fees for service provided
in the emergency room on June 4. 2008. The patient was X Smith.

If you have a specific dispute, we will immediately reopen the investigation;
otherwise, we are confirming our initial report as accurate.



This communication is from a debt collector attempting to collect a debt and
any information obtained will be used for that purpose.




Sincerely,



United Revenue Corporation

If you are sure that the reporting CA is a "primary" CA, as seems to be the case, then you can pay the OC ( original creditor health care provider) the $50. with the HIPAA letter insert "a" FOLLOW ALL THE INSTRUCTIONS.
http://www.whychat.5u.com/hipltr.html



The CA United Revenue Service only replied back to 1 of the 5 accounts I listed in the DV. What do I do about the other 4? Also, are the CA's obligated to provide proof in writing statin the Dr. or Hospital that the bill is for? Will the CRA (Experian) delete the collects even though the CA and the CRA state it's valide but provide no proof in writing other than the "validated" statement on my online dispute?


Were their records accurate?? Did they match your EOMBs ( explanation of medical benefits) from your insurance?? What was the response from the CRAs to your initial dispute letters?? What was their response to the follow up dispute??
http://www.whychat.5...aa.html#DISPUTE

#6 koolguyinplano

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Posted 01 December 2011 - 03:44 PM





Ok I sent the DV letters (5) to the CA CMRR they received it on
Nov.18 and responded Nov. 18th stating it was valid listing my name and Balance
Due:$50. My initial dispute was online before I knew about the HIPAA process. I
have opted out and disputed prior addresses. The response from the
CA does give the original account No.941101 which matches the account
number from my OC which I had called before starting this process. They
have only responded to one of the accounts. Someone please help. The letter states:


Dear X Smith:


Please accept this letter as a written confirmation that:

1. This office initiated and investigation regarding the accuracy of our credit
report on the account described above.

2. No inaccuracies were identified as a result of the investigation.



This account represents the Emergency Department Physician fees for service provided
in the emergency room on June 4. 2008. The patient was X Smith.

If you have a specific dispute, we will immediately reopen the investigation;
otherwise, we are confirming our initial report as accurate.



This communication is from a debt collector attempting to collect a debt and
any information obtained will be used for that purpose.




Sincerely,



United Revenue Corporation

If you are sure that the reporting CA is a "primary" CA, as seems to be the case, then you can pay the OC ( original creditor health care provider) the $50. with the HIPAA letter insert "a" FOLLOW ALL THE INSTRUCTIONS.
http://www.whychat.5u.com/hipltr.html



The CA United Revenue Service only replied back to 1 of the 5 accounts I listed in the DV. What do I do about the other 4? Also, are the CA's obligated to provide proof in writing statin the Dr. or Hospital that the bill is for? Will the CRA (Experian) delete the collects even though the CA and the CRA state it's valide but provide no proof in writing other than the "validated" statement on my online dispute?


Were their records accurate?? Did they match your EOMBs ( explanation of medical benefits) from your insurance?? What was the response from the CRAs to your initial dispute letters?? What was their response to the follow up dispute??
http://www.whychat.5...aa.html#DISPUTE




To answer your other question about the CRA disputer letters I disputed online before knowing of the whychat HIPAA process. It just said valid without an explanation on the Experian website.

Yes, the records where accurate I had talked to the OC before knowing of this process. The OC gave me their account numbers and what I owed which matches what shows on my credit report. The intersting thing is as I was about to send the follow up dispute letter I noticed that the account for the $50 had been deleted. There are 4 others remaining but, those are the ones that the CA never responded to in the DV letter. I sent all the letters in the same envelope CMRR but they only replied to one of them. I do have a question as I have a medical savings account that I need to use $300 of before the end of this year. Could I pay using this or must it be in the form of a money order or cashiers check? Thank you for your response!



#7 Why Chat

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Posted 01 December 2011 - 09:36 PM






Ok I sent the DV letters (5) to the CA CMRR they received it on
Nov.18 and responded Nov. 18th stating it was valid listing my name and Balance
Due:$50. My initial dispute was online before I knew about the HIPAA process. I
have opted out and disputed prior addresses. The response from the
CA does give the original account No.941101 which matches the account
number from my OC which I had called before starting this process. They
have only responded to one of the accounts. Someone please help. The letter states:


Dear X Smith:


Please accept this letter as a written confirmation that:

1. This office initiated and investigation regarding the accuracy of our credit
report on the account described above.

2. No inaccuracies were identified as a result of the investigation.



This account represents the Emergency Department Physician fees for service provided
in the emergency room on June 4. 2008. The patient was X Smith.

If you have a specific dispute, we will immediately reopen the investigation;
otherwise, we are confirming our initial report as accurate.



This communication is from a debt collector attempting to collect a debt and
any information obtained will be used for that purpose.




Sincerely,



United Revenue Corporation

If you are sure that the reporting CA is a "primary" CA, as seems to be the case, then you can pay the OC ( original creditor health care provider) the $50. with the HIPAA letter insert "a" FOLLOW ALL THE INSTRUCTIONS.
http://www.whychat.5u.com/hipltr.html



The CA United Revenue Service only replied back to 1 of the 5 accounts I listed in the DV. What do I do about the other 4? Also, are the CA's obligated to provide proof in writing statin the Dr. or Hospital that the bill is for? Will the CRA (Experian) delete the collects even though the CA and the CRA state it's valide but provide no proof in writing other than the "validated" statement on my online dispute?


Were their records accurate?? Did they match your EOMBs ( explanation of medical benefits) from your insurance?? What was the response from the CRAs to your initial dispute letters?? What was their response to the follow up dispute??
http://www.whychat.5...aa.html#DISPUTE




To answer your other question about the CRA disputer letters I disputed online before knowing of the whychat HIPAA process. It just said valid without an explanation on the Experian website.

Yes, the records where accurate I had talked to the OC before knowing of this process. The OC gave me their account numbers and what I owed which matches what shows on my credit report. The intersting thing is as I was about to send the follow up dispute letter I noticed that the account for the $50 had been deleted. There are 4 others remaining but, those are the ones that the CA never responded to in the DV letter. I sent all the letters in the same envelope CMRR but they only replied to one of them. I do have a question as I have a medical savings account that I need to use $300 of before the end of this year. Could I pay using this or must it be in the form of a money order or cashiers check? Thank you for your response!

How do you get funds from the medical savings account?? By check?? If it is NOT a "personal" account and you can put the restrictive endorsement on it, then it would be OK.

#8 koolguyinplano

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Posted 02 December 2011 - 06:35 PM







Ok I sent the DV letters (5) to the CA CMRR they received it on
Nov.18 and responded Nov. 18th stating it was valid listing my name and Balance
Due:$50. My initial dispute was online before I knew about the HIPAA process. I
have opted out and disputed prior addresses. The response from the
CA does give the original account No.941101 which matches the account
number from my OC which I had called before starting this process. They
have only responded to one of the accounts. Someone please help. The letter states:


Dear X Smith:


Please accept this letter as a written confirmation that:

1. This office initiated and investigation regarding the accuracy of our credit
report on the account described above.

2. No inaccuracies were identified as a result of the investigation.



This account represents the Emergency Department Physician fees for service provided
in the emergency room on June 4. 2008. The patient was X Smith.

If you have a specific dispute, we will immediately reopen the investigation;
otherwise, we are confirming our initial report as accurate.



This communication is from a debt collector attempting to collect a debt and
any information obtained will be used for that purpose.




Sincerely,



United Revenue Corporation

If you are sure that the reporting CA is a "primary" CA, as seems to be the case, then you can pay the OC ( original creditor health care provider) the $50. with the HIPAA letter insert "a" FOLLOW ALL THE INSTRUCTIONS.
http://www.whychat.5u.com/hipltr.html



The CA United Revenue Service only replied back to 1 of the 5 accounts I listed in the DV. What do I do about the other 4? Also, are the CA's obligated to provide proof in writing statin the Dr. or Hospital that the bill is for? Will the CRA (Experian) delete the collects even though the CA and the CRA state it's valide but provide no proof in writing other than the "validated" statement on my online dispute?


Were their records accurate?? Did they match your EOMBs ( explanation of medical benefits) from your insurance?? What was the response from the CRAs to your initial dispute letters?? What was their response to the follow up dispute??
http://www.whychat.5...aa.html#DISPUTE




To answer your other question about the CRA disputer letters I disputed online before knowing of the whychat HIPAA process. It just said valid without an explanation on the Experian website.

Yes, the records where accurate I had talked to the OC before knowing of this process. The OC gave me their account numbers and what I owed which matches what shows on my credit report. The intersting thing is as I was about to send the follow up dispute letter I noticed that the account for the $50 had been deleted. There are 4 others remaining but, those are the ones that the CA never responded to in the DV letter. I sent all the letters in the same envelope CMRR but they only replied to one of them. I do have a question as I have a medical savings account that I need to use $300 of before the end of this year. Could I pay using this or must it be in the form of a money order or cashiers check? Thank you for your response!

How do you get funds from the medical savings account?? By check?? If it is NOT a "personal" account and you can put the restrictive endorsement on it, then it would be OK.


Just found out I cant use the medical savings account do to the dates of service not being this year. Should I go ahead and pay the 4 other accounts even though the CA has yet to respond to the DV on those or should I send the http://www.whychat.5...aa.html#DISPUTE and wait hoping it will get deleted without a reply from the DV letter? The totals are over $600 and if there is a chance that the CA not responding to my DV letter within 30 (received Nov.18) makes the CRA delete the collection I'll wait. If the CA not replying in 30 days does not force the CRA to delete the collections I'll go ahead and pay. Thank you for all you have done so far!



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Posted 03 December 2011 - 02:10 PM








Ok I sent the DV letters (5) to the CA CMRR they received it on
Nov.18 and responded Nov. 18th stating it was valid listing my name and Balance
Due:$50. My initial dispute was online before I knew about the HIPAA process. I
have opted out and disputed prior addresses. The response from the
CA does give the original account No.941101 which matches the account
number from my OC which I had called before starting this process. They
have only responded to one of the accounts. Someone please help. The letter states:


Dear X Smith:


Please accept this letter as a written confirmation that:

1. This office initiated and investigation regarding the accuracy of our credit
report on the account described above.

2. No inaccuracies were identified as a result of the investigation.



This account represents the Emergency Department Physician fees for service provided
in the emergency room on June 4. 2008. The patient was X Smith.

If you have a specific dispute, we will immediately reopen the investigation;
otherwise, we are confirming our initial report as accurate.



This communication is from a debt collector attempting to collect a debt and
any information obtained will be used for that purpose.




Sincerely,



United Revenue Corporation

If you are sure that the reporting CA is a "primary" CA, as seems to be the case, then you can pay the OC ( original creditor health care provider) the $50. with the HIPAA letter insert "a" FOLLOW ALL THE INSTRUCTIONS.
http://www.whychat.5u.com/hipltr.html



The CA United Revenue Service only replied back to 1 of the 5 accounts I listed in the DV. What do I do about the other 4? Also, are the CA's obligated to provide proof in writing statin the Dr. or Hospital that the bill is for? Will the CRA (Experian) delete the collects even though the CA and the CRA state it's valide but provide no proof in writing other than the "validated" statement on my online dispute?


Were their records accurate?? Did they match your EOMBs ( explanation of medical benefits) from your insurance?? What was the response from the CRAs to your initial dispute letters?? What was their response to the follow up dispute??
http://www.whychat.5...aa.html#DISPUTE




To answer your other question about the CRA disputer letters I disputed online before knowing of the whychat HIPAA process. It just said valid without an explanation on the Experian website.

Yes, the records where accurate I had talked to the OC before knowing of this process. The OC gave me their account numbers and what I owed which matches what shows on my credit report. The intersting thing is as I was about to send the follow up dispute letter I noticed that the account for the $50 had been deleted. There are 4 others remaining but, those are the ones that the CA never responded to in the DV letter. I sent all the letters in the same envelope CMRR but they only replied to one of them. I do have a question as I have a medical savings account that I need to use $300 of before the end of this year. Could I pay using this or must it be in the form of a money order or cashiers check? Thank you for your response!

How do you get funds from the medical savings account?? By check?? If it is NOT a "personal" account and you can put the restrictive endorsement on it, then it would be OK.


Just found out I cant use the medical savings account do to the dates of service not being this year. Should I go ahead and pay the 4 other accounts even though the CA has yet to respond to the DV on those or should I send the http://www.whychat.5...aa.html#DISPUTE and wait hoping it will get deleted without a reply from the DV letter? The totals are over $600 and if there is a chance that the CA not responding to my DV letter within 30 (received Nov.18) makes the CRA delete the collection I'll wait. If the CA not replying in 30 days does not force the CRA to delete the collections I'll go ahead and pay. Thank you for all you have done so far!

Pay ONLY the one that was verified. Do the disputes on anything else that is reporting.

#10 koolguyinplano

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Posted 08 December 2011 - 09:22 AM









Ok I sent the DV letters (5) to the CA CMRR they received it on
Nov.18 and responded Nov. 18th stating it was valid listing my name and Balance
Due:$50. My initial dispute was online before I knew about the HIPAA process. I
have opted out and disputed prior addresses. The response from the
CA does give the original account No.941101 which matches the account
number from my OC which I had called before starting this process. They
have only responded to one of the accounts. Someone please help. The letter states:


Dear X Smith:


Please accept this letter as a written confirmation that:

1. This office initiated and investigation regarding the accuracy of our credit
report on the account described above.

2. No inaccuracies were identified as a result of the investigation.



This account represents the Emergency Department Physician fees for service provided
in the emergency room on June 4. 2008. The patient was X Smith.

If you have a specific dispute, we will immediately reopen the investigation;
otherwise, we are confirming our initial report as accurate.



This communication is from a debt collector attempting to collect a debt and
any information obtained will be used for that purpose.




Sincerely,



United Revenue Corporation

If you are sure that the reporting CA is a "primary" CA, as seems to be the case, then you can pay the OC ( original creditor health care provider) the $50. with the HIPAA letter insert "a" FOLLOW ALL THE INSTRUCTIONS.
http://www.whychat.5u.com/hipltr.html



The CA United Revenue Service only replied back to 1 of the 5 accounts I listed in the DV. What do I do about the other 4? Also, are the CA's obligated to provide proof in writing statin the Dr. or Hospital that the bill is for? Will the CRA (Experian) delete the collects even though the CA and the CRA state it's valide but provide no proof in writing other than the "validated" statement on my online dispute?


Were their records accurate?? Did they match your EOMBs ( explanation of medical benefits) from your insurance?? What was the response from the CRAs to your initial dispute letters?? What was their response to the follow up dispute??
http://www.whychat.5...aa.html#DISPUTE




To answer your other question about the CRA disputer letters I disputed online before knowing of the whychat HIPAA process. It just said valid without an explanation on the Experian website.

Yes, the records where accurate I had talked to the OC before knowing of this process. The OC gave me their account numbers and what I owed which matches what shows on my credit report. The intersting thing is as I was about to send the follow up dispute letter I noticed that the account for the $50 had been deleted. There are 4 others remaining but, those are the ones that the CA never responded to in the DV letter. I sent all the letters in the same envelope CMRR but they only replied to one of them. I do have a question as I have a medical savings account that I need to use $300 of before the end of this year. Could I pay using this or must it be in the form of a money order or cashiers check? Thank you for your response!

How do you get funds from the medical savings account?? By check?? If it is NOT a "personal" account and you can put the restrictive endorsement on it, then it would be OK.


Just found out I cant use the medical savings account do to the dates of service not being this year. Should I go ahead and pay the 4 other accounts even though the CA has yet to respond to the DV on those or should I send the http://www.whychat.5...aa.html#DISPUTE and wait hoping it will get deleted without a reply from the DV letter? The totals are over $600 and if there is a chance that the CA not responding to my DV letter within 30 (received Nov.18) makes the CRA delete the collection I'll wait. If the CA not replying in 30 days does not force the CRA to delete the collections I'll go ahead and pay. Thank you for all you have done so far!

Pay ONLY the one that was verified. Do the disputes on anything else that is reporting.



Update: The only account that United Revenue Corp verified has been deleted. I did not pay anything on this account to the OC or anyone. I don't understand how it just got deleted without any payment. The other four with them (United Revenue Corp) are still being reported. I did send the redispute to the CRA (Experian).

I have payed the OC on another account that was verified from Paramount Recovery System. What do I do now? Do I send proof of payment to the CRA on the payed account?

By the way thank you for all your advice and hard work!!!

Edited by koolguyinplano, 08 December 2011 - 09:25 AM.


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Posted 08 December 2011 - 01:28 PM

Update: The only account that United Revenue Corp verified has been deleted. I did not pay anything on this account to the OC or anyone. I don't understand how it just got deleted without any payment. The other four with them (United Revenue Corp) are still being reported. I did send the redispute to the CRA (Experian).

I have payed the OC on another account that was verified from Paramount Recovery System. What do I do now? Do I send proof of payment to the CRA on the payed account?

By the way thank you for all your advice and hard work!!!

First of all, you NEVER NEVER NEVER send any "proof of payment" to any CRA, by doing so you will have verified the entry and at BEST it MIGHT be referred back to the CA and be reported as a "paid" collection, which is actually WORSE for your credit score than an unpaid one as it would still be a derogatory, but have a more recent date.

I have lost track of what is still reporting on which reports and what you have sent to dispute the accounts with the CRAs.

Please recap:

You have ( how many) medical accounts reporting on all 3 CRA reports??

You have sent the initial dispute letter to the above CRAs listing those accounts?
http://www.whychat.5.../hipaadisp.html

You have received a response from each CRA FROM THIS DISPUTE ??

#12 koolguyinplano

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Posted 10 December 2011 - 10:23 AM





All collections are on Experian.





No I did not send the initial dispute letter. I did an online dispute before learning about the HIPAA process. The only response I received was that it was
validated. I called the CRA and asked how they know it's valid and was told they do no need verification or documentation. That is the responsibility of
the CA to report accurate information. That's when I started looking for help and came across this process.

Retracing my steps:

1. Online dispute

2.Send DV letter for 4 collections to United Revenue Corp. They just send back a letter for only one of the 4 collections for $50. This one mysteriously dropped
off without payment even though it was the only one they responded to and said was valid. I also sent a DV letter to Paramount Recovery. The replied with
an actual statement that showed what I owed the diagnosis and even the D

3.Exprian Received my dispute letter and copies of the United Revenue Corp DV letters
12/09/2011.<BR style="">
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Posted 10 December 2011 - 12:00 PM





All collections are on Experian.





No I did not send the initial dispute letter. I did an online dispute before learning about the HIPAA process. The only response I received was that it was
validated. I called the CRA and asked how they know it's valid and was told they do no need verification or documentation. That is the responsibility of
the CA to report accurate information. That's when I started looking for help and came across this process.

Retracing my steps:

1. Online dispute

2.Send DV letter for 4 collections to United Revenue Corp. They just send back a letter for only one of the 4 collections for $50. This one mysteriously dropped
off without payment even though it was the only one they responded to and said was valid. I also sent a DV letter to Paramount Recovery. The replied with
an actual statement that showed what I owed the diagnosis and even the D

3.Exprian Received my dispute letter and copies of the United Revenue Corp DV letters
12/09/2011.<BR style="">
<BR style="">






OK,
Let's start from scratch as what you have done is rather a hodgepodge.

You have opted out??
http://www.whychat.5...OPTOUTINST.HTML
You have deleted old addresses??

Send the initial dispute letter to Ex. Follow ALL the directions as they are designed to bypass the automated systems.
http://www.whychat.5.../hipaadisp.html

I am not sure exactly WHAT "DV" you sent to the reporting CA, however without having FIRST disputed with the initial medical dispute letter it was likely not valid.

IF Ex again refuses to delete, you can then send the medical DV to the reporting CA
http://www.whychat.5...cavalhipaa.html

Please do NOT call, fax, e-mail or send anything by carrier pigeon or semaphore or smoke signals to Experian or the CA. All it does is to interfere and prolong the process.

Come back to this post once you have REDONE all the basic steps.

#14 koolguyinplano

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Posted 20 February 2012 - 04:51 PM






All collections are on Experian.





No I did not send the initial dispute letter. I did an online dispute before learning about the HIPAA process. The only response I received was that it was
validated. I called the CRA and asked how they know it's valid and was told they do no need verification or documentation. That is the responsibility of
the CA to report accurate information. That's when I started looking for help and came across this process.

Retracing my steps:

1. Online dispute

2.Send DV letter for 4 collections to United Revenue Corp. They just send back a letter for only one of the 4 collections for $50. This one mysteriously dropped
off without payment even though it was the only one they responded to and said was valid. I also sent a DV letter to Paramount Recovery. The replied with
an actual statement that showed what I owed the diagnosis and even the D

3.Exprian Received my dispute letter and copies of the United Revenue Corp DV letters
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OK,
Let's start from scratch as what you have done is rather a hodgepodge.

You have opted out??
http://www.whychat.5...OPTOUTINST.HTML
You have deleted old addresses??

Send the initial dispute letter to Ex. Follow ALL the directions as they are designed to bypass the automated systems.
http://www.whychat.5.../hipaadisp.html

I am not sure exactly WHAT "DV" you sent to the reporting CA, however without having FIRST disputed with the initial medical dispute letter it was likely not valid.

IF Ex again refuses to delete, you can then send the medical DV to the reporting CA
http://www.whychat.5...cavalhipaa.html

Please do NOT call, fax, e-mail or send anything by carrier pigeon or semaphore or smoke signals to Experian or the CA. All it does is to interfere and prolong the process.

Come back to this post once you have REDONE all the basic steps.


Whychat,

I just want to come back and give proper thanks for all your work! I followed the steps as you said and finally got all of the collections taken off of my credit report. I would suggest that anyone doing this stay patient and focused because it's not real easy but more than worth the effort. I started looking into this around july of 2011. I didn't find whychat until around oct.-sept. at that point my credit score was at 599. After getting all the collections deleted and making sure inquries that experian "forgot" to delete after 2 years and paying my credit card debit down to less than 30% my credit score is (734) it will go up even more this week when the rest of my CC bills get reported! THANK YOU!!! THANK YOU!!! THANK YOU!!! ALL HAIL WHYCHAT! :)




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