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Jessmom

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  1. If I send this letter will they still be inclined to work out a payment arrangement with me or am I going to just piss them off? I mean it’s a valid debt and I don’t intend to not pay it. When I called them last year all I requested was copies of the bills and they never sent them. They are of course attached to this warrant they mailed me. I just don’t want to go to court. And I guess I’m stuck with the fees and stuff they are charging me.
  2. What is my goal in sending the letter? What response am I looking for from them? Just trying to understand. Thanks!
  3. I was making payments to the medical office. When I made a partial payment they sent it to the attorney for collections. I’ve never paid the attorney. The signature page just has where I authorized health info be available to certain family members.
  4. The medical service was in the spring of 2019. I was making payments in the fall of 2019 when I missed part of one and they sent it to collections with a local attorney. The warrant in debt came in the mail from the attorneys office. It doesn’t have a case number or a signature by a clerk or anything. Just the attorneys office. It does have a date and time for court but on the courts website I’m not listed. (The attorney does have other cases that show up that day and time) also attached is a notarized affidavit and copies of the medical bills and a page from the medical
  5. The medical service was in the spring of 2019. I was making payments in the fall of 2019 when I missed part of one and they sent it to collections with a local attorney. The warrant in debt came in the mail from the attorneys office. It doesn’t have a case number or a signature by a clerk or anything. Just the attorneys office. It does have a date and time for court but on the courts website I’m not listed. (The attorney does have other cases that show up that day and time) also attached is a notarized affidavit and copies of the medical bills and a page from the medical
  6. I’m not sure what to do. I had a medical bill for my son go to collections. I had a payment agreement with the medical office. Then one month I was only able to pay half the amount and was going to pay the other half in a couple weeks. During that time they sent it to collections. It was zeroed out on their end and they said I couldn’t pay them. Several months later I received a letter from an attorneys office for the debt. Then about 6 months later I got another letter. I called and asked them to send me itemized copies of the bills they were saying we’re owed. (I could no longer see the bala
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