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i dont have the house on hayes and the medical center is paid for thru my medicaide

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2 of them aaare wrong

 dont havethe house on hayes i lost it and that jerk i lived with is working and lives in TNN  so go after him he probaley didnt sign off on the house and all my medical bills are paid for thru medicade so take these off plz thank you

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What you need to do is a direct dispute through the credit beaureas.  You can do that in writing with snail mail or online.

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if its just by posting a statement then puffff... It's gone? Then we will all have perfect credit.

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Dispute, may or may not doing you any good. Credit Bureaus aren't arbitrators of your debt and credit report aren't an legal instruments. Your liability to a debt isn't hinged on your credit report, if a debt been removed from your credit report? It dosent automatically release your responsibilities to that account/debt. 

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Sure, you have insurance, but dose it covers everything, dose it have co-pay, was the procedure done in-network or was authorized... On and on. Just because you have insurance it dosent mean you are responsible for anything, if nothing else, there could be error/miscommunication between them, something can fall thru the crack, then you would be the one end up holding the bag, it's always in our best insterst to follow up to make sure the bills are being paid, because it's going to be uphill battle once it made onto your credit report. Same goes for that 'house" you lost it...

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