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what do i do to handle charges like medical that arent suppose to be there because i have medicaid

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Dispute and validate

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you can file a dispute on line with the CRA that is reporting it. Go to thier repective websites and you'll find a button for filing disputes.  if that doesn't rectify it with in a month, you can write "Validation Letter"  you can find a template on line for it,  Google it.  This action will require to provide proof that the account is valid and that you were billed correctly for it. if they can not provide the validation they will have to remove it from your report. 

Don't assume that just because you have medicaid that all the bills are not yours.  Often you will be billed for items that medicaid does not cover or they may be from before your medicaid went into effect. 

Good luck

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