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Best course for CA account for medical bill paid to OC

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I paid a medical bill directly to the provider/OC (via cashier's check with PIF/for deposit only). I obtained a copy of the cashed check for my records. A CA is reporting the account to one CRA and it is reporting as unpaid. My goal is simply deletion. What is the best course of action?

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I paid a medical bill directly to the provider/OC (via cashier's check with PIF/for deposit only). I obtained a copy of the cashed check for my records. A CA is reporting the account to one CRA and it is reporting as unpaid. My goal is simply deletion. What is the best course of action?

 

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send an ITS letter to the CA for reporting false information ( FDCPA violation )

 

there's a pinned topic on this in the credit forum

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Follow the guides;

 

https://whychat.me/GUIDEBOOK.html

 

https://whychat.me/GUIDE%20HIPAA%20PROGRAM.html

 

Send each CRA where this or ANY medical account is reporting this;

https://whychat.me/hipaadisp.html

 

What was the date of the medical service??

If it was more than 2 years ago it is more than likely that the reporting CA did NOT obtain your data from the OC and has NO current business relationship with them.

"I Can's" advice is overkill and not useful as it would only apply if the account was recent and you had documentation that the OC and the CA were in a current business relationship. ( IF they were in a current business relationship the account would have been changed on your reports from an unpaid collection to a paid collection)

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