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why do u mis report??
Current Balance: $48
Original Balance: $163
Account Condition: N/A

Reported as: IMC CREDIT
Original Creditor: MED1 02 INDIANA UNIVERSITY RADIOLOGY
Date Opened: 6/6/2011
ws paid in full and never a collection in 2011 by ins IMC mis reported and they need pulled from mis reporting

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IMC AND GLA  48  AND 68 ARE  BOTH SAM  AGENCY AND BOTH PAID OIN FULL  MY INS  MEDICARE   A/ B   AND  D  ALONG WITH MEDICARE   AND  CREDITORS  CONTINUE TO MIS REPORT THEY ARE PAID IN FULL AND BY INS i AM DISPUTEING  BOTH AND ASK   FOR HELP TO GET  THIS DONE  SEEMS   THE AGENCYS AND    DO NOTHING  BUT    PAS THE BUCK TO THE NEXT  AGENT OR AGENCY AND   CAUS US CANSUMERS  TO LOOK BACD  WHEN ITS  THEM MIS REPORTING

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5 years later and  they still have mis reported and  failed to remove   thought the law chnaged and this was not to happen

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