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We got behind on some bills last year and had several of our accounts turned over to Midland collections. They sent us at least 4 pre legal letters we did payment plans on our two largest accounts. However, we would like to settle on the smaller accounts. We've contacted Midland with offers on those account of course they refused we offered them 25 percent of the asking balance. For example one account is 1142 so we offered them around 300. So I would like to ask has anyone here had luck with Midland settlements?

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Are these medical accounts?? If so, were you insured?? If so get your EOMBs (explanation of medical benefits) from your insurance Co.

What was the date of the medical services??

 

The program I designed does not include ever paying any CA a RED CENT

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