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- March 7, 2008 at 9:57 pm #256393
I agree. Although it is being disputed, it could affect her credit if
she doesn’t pay it now – and she’d have no one to blame but herself.
Not trying to be rude, but help the OP avoid additional headaches.
On Sun, Mar 9, 2008 at 9:45 AM, Liss <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> — In Budget101_@yahoogroups.com, Jennifer Huff
> > Absoutely don’t pay this bill. Just try again. Call the billing dept
> > and ask which number they billed under. < >
> Just a note, by not paying this bill there is a good chance they will
> simply file it with a collection agency as well as placing a hit on
> your credit score.
> Be sure that you are noting EVERY single communication- who you talked
> to, the date, the time, the length of the call, the name of the person,
> etc. That way you have record that you were working to resolve this
> issue, not just ignoring a bill. If it does end up getting placed on
> your credit report prior to the insurance co gettting off their rumps,
> then at least you will have some proof to show that you were diligently
> working to resolve the issue and not just ignoring it.
> Hang in there, it gets better.
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