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Have a question about a hospital bill
I was wondering if my hospital bill that was sold to a collection agency could be dispute using the no contract thing going around on the internet, and if it doesn't work will their be any negative impacts on myself

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You are free to dispute it with any reason(s) under the sun, there are always some new fab on internets but will it be removed based on that reason(s) alone? It's whole different story, roll the dice and see what happens.. Bottom line tho, the dispute process is meant for people to correct the inaccuracies in their credit reports, it's not a convenient way for people to remove stuff they don't like. It usually won't further damage your credit scores, if the dispute doesn't work. However, it might wake up the sleeping dog, collection agencies don't always play nice, and certainly aren't known to follow the rules.

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That is just NONSENSE floating around the internet. I know, usually if it is on the internet it has to be true! LOL.

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