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Hospital bills covered under medicaid

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Hospital Bills - Bright House - Sprint

The hospital bills reported on my credit report are incorrect as I have been covered by Medicaid for the past  10 years.

The sprint debt is listed twice and also bright house was taken care of as I had moved called bright house and informed them that I moved and they transferrred the remaining balance to my teneant Davdi Rosado.

Thanking you in advance for all of your efforts.

Melissa Cruz

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If you find incorrect information on your credit reports, you dispute the incorrect information with the credit bureaus that are showing it. Transunion, Equifax and Experian all have websites where you can dispute incorrect info found on your reports. Credit Karma cannot make changes to your credit reports.

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Only YOU can correct these items on your credit report.  What you see here is what Credit Karma received from the reporting credit bureaus.  Go to annualcreditreport.com and get copies of all three credit reports.  File disputes (online or via mail) on all wrong information with the credit bureau that is reporting it. Doing this every year will help make sure all errors get corrected swiftly.

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