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is there a number our website we can go to and slowly pay off our debt
I have 6 inquiries that are small medical bills and I want to pay one bill off a month, who do I go through for that. Anyone know a website or phone number please

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You can find the information on your credit report.  Go to annualcreditreport.com and get copies of all three.  The information on t he accounts should be there.  Do a search for Dave Ramsey and follow his advice on repaying debts and negotiating settlements.  If the bills are with a collection agency, you should be able to arrange a payment agreement.  If the bills are held by the Dr, office, they also may work with you on a repayment agreement. 

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I strongly suggest that you take a lot of time and do extensive reading on credit topics, there is a wealth of information on this site as well as across the internet.

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