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common wealth financial multiple names and accounts
I have been working on my credit. I intend to contact everyone on my report and pay off these balances. I'm having trouble figuring out what the heck is going on. Maybe I've been looking at things so long I've confused myself... I have 2 debts reported to transunion from Common Wealth financial for 150.00 each. One was opened May 20, 16 One was opened Oct 14, 15. Then under equifax I have the same bills from NE CRDTCOL. I googled this and apparently its the same company just a different name. Now in my removed debts I have one from NE CRDTCOL removed Jan 26, 16. One removed from FBCS, INC Jan 26, 16. and another removed June 18, 15. ALL for 150.00 ALL from the same west central medical. Why are there so many? I have no idea who FBCS is. I logged onto Common wealth website and got the account numbers they have for each 150.00 too so I could verify with the hospital. The hospital was closed and asked me to enter account number through automated. I did and it says that account doesn't exist.. What the heck do I do now? Who do I call? How do I verify?

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