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Ive always been under the impression that emergency rooms couldn't report you to credit bureaus?
All of the bad marks on my credit reports are hospitals sending emegency room bills to collections, and not only that, they have reported several items twice showing the same exact amount and a couple that are only a few dollars apart. So even though i techncly only have a handful of debts owed, i have over a dozen reports on my credit report and my student loans which are not in default are showing two 6k dollar loans for a total lf 12 when 6 is the actual total.

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Any creditor can report to the bureaus, including ERs.  The account will show up several times, but only the account with the collections company will show a balance due, the others should show charge-off or transferred.  You need to contact your student loan servicer to get the data corrected, they are notoriously bad about screwing up credit reports.

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