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Can Blink Fitness report to Credit Bureaus?
Well i have received a letter from blink, asking me to pay an amount of 77$. However i am not willing to pay, since the months that they are trying to charge me for the membership, i was away and i didn't use their membership gym at all. They have tell if i don't pay they will report the information to my account credit bureaus. They have my birth date and my name. Could they really report me without social Security?

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Yes they could, many companies will send accounts to collection agencies if you do not pay them. Collections are very damaging to your credit, so I advise that you pay this right away and make sure that you keep proof of the payment.

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How could they have report it, if they don't have enough information ?

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Name and address is usually plenty enough for them to report it. If you feel it is worth damaging your credit for seven years to avoid paying $77, I would advise you to rethink things.

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