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If I DEMAND removal due to re-aging, can the debt later be added to reports again?

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I'm almost positive (waiting on reports) that a debt has been re-aged when the collection agency reported the debt. My question is, (if I'm correct about the re-aging) should I DEMAND removal of the collection? And (again, if I'm correct) if it's removed, can it be reported back again to credit reports? 

Basically, husband went to emergency room visit in 2017. We never paid anything toward this visit so the bill became delinquent in 2017 as well. When looking at the reports, it gives an original creditor (hospital), gives the collection agency (some out of state agency), "open" date reported by the CA (this year, 2019) and it gives a "fall-off" date of 2026 (7 years from now, not 2017). 

If I'm correct, the "fall-off" date should be 2024, or early 2025.? All this is new to me but will I be wasting my time disputing or demanding removal if it can be replaced back on reports? 

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Follow the guides;

https://whychat.me/GUIDEBOOK.html

 

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

 

Send the initial dispute letter to the CRAs listing ALL medical accounts as they appear on the report you are disputing.

https://whychat.me/hipaadisp.html

 

Come back to this post with the results for further instructions.

 

Demanding anything from any CRA is futile

 

If the reported account is more than $1000 and your credit report indicates you have assailable assets or garnishable wages you can still be sued as the SOL is 4 years from the date of medical service,( except in a few States where it may be 3 or 6 years)

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