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Can Medical bills be disputed
Can medical bills be disputed? That's all I have on my record :(

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You can only dispute WRONG information.  I advise taking the time to read the articles here so you can learn how credit works.. 

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Anything CAN be disputed, BUT that surely does not mean that the dispute will be found in your favor. In order to win a dispute, you usually must have very good reason to be disputing (not always though as sometimes they don't have all the info together, but that can be corrected and come back). Keep in mind that disputing accounts can sometimes cause damage to your credit from updates and such. You might want to do some reading on "pay for delete agreements" and "hippa removing paid collections". If all you have on your credit report is collections, you should start reading about what is needed to build credit, most people start with a Secured credit card that is reported to all three credit bureaus.

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