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17 medical collections I need to get deleted. Help please

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I checked the instructions whychat gives but I am still unsure what to do first. I don't want to end up sending the first step and it being the wrong thing to do. Can someone please talk to me and lead me through the process and steps to use? Which letters to send first so this is done correctly and I don't ruin my chances of having it deleted? If I can't find help I think I may have to use a credit repair company. I have been using Lexington Law and they have risen my score almost 100 points but I still have 17 negative medical account in collections and they only do 3 per month. This is taking to long so I just found another company called Fortresscreditpro and they only get paid per deletion and work much more quickly. If I can get a little help from someone to stop paying these companies it would be greatly appreciated. Please and thank you

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Follow the guides;


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


Your first step after opting out and deleting old addresses  is to send each CRA this letter, list ALL medical accounts as they appear on the report you are disputing.




Come back to THIS POST for further questions or instructions;

Tell us the dates of medical services.

Do you have EOMB's ( explanation of medical benefits) from your insurance for those dates?

If you were NOT insured at the time of medical services did you apply for or were you offered an application for assistance?

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