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what company is ESCALLATE
i just started my credit and i noticed i have some collection from escallate but what is it?

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They are a collection agency - someone probably sold a bad account to them.  To find more info about that, pull a complete copy of your TransUnion credit report (or another bureau) from www.annualcreditreport.com and they will provide you with all the info about the creditor and the debt.  If you still don't know what it is about, send letters to the credit bureaus and ask them to remove the account because it is not yours.  They'll either delete it or send your more info about it and you can proceed from there.  Best of luck!

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they are a collections Co, Not sure if it is onlt with unpaid medical bills but that is what they are collecting on me for

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