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Hospital A sent 3 different bills to there factoring partner(collection company A) and now mba law shows up on my credit report for over $14xx.xx but hospital A unpaid bills are a totaol of 3 from 3 different visits  1 bill is for $12xx.xx another for $75.00 and another for like 130.00 where total of all 3 come up to almost 1500.00   but mba law only shows 1 collection for almost 1500.00 


isnt this skirting the law  is it even legal to combine 3 different bills from 3 different times like 2 years apart from 1st bill to 3rd billr


if it is illegal what do i do?

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If the dates of service were over 2 years ago then it is not the hospital reporting but a Collection Agency that obtained the accounts from a data miner and NOT from the hospital.


follow the guides;




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


If you need help with the program post on THIS thread and I will give you all the help you need to get them completely off your reports.


Meanwhile-- if you had insurance at the times of service get your EOMBs (explanation of medical benefits) from your insurance Co. If you were not insured look in your records for any applications you made for assistance.


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