Medical Billing and Coding
Can your estranged husbands bad medical bill be put on your credit report?
Asked in Credit and Debit Cards, Credit
If a credit card in husbands name only and has late payments does it affect wifes credit?
Asked in Credit and Debit Cards, Credit Reports, Credit
If you have a credit card only in your name will it affect or show on your husbands credit report?
Asked in Credit Reports, Debt Collection, Credit
If unpaid medical is not on your credit report can they charge you for it after the fact?
Is it illegal to put overdue medical bills on a credit report?
How long do unpaid medical bills stay on your credit report?
How do you get medical bills off your credit report?
Can medical bills effect your credit while making payments on them?
Why if I am paying monthly payments on medical bills are they on my credit report?
Can an unpaid ambulance bill hurt your credit?
Asked in Credit Reports, Credit
Is it true that medical collections cannot legally be placed on your personal credit report?
How many years of credit report requests are included on a credit report?
Asked in Credit Reports, Money Management, Credit
Who can report credit history on your credit report?
Asked in Credit Reports
Where could one get an instant credit report?
Letter to Request a Credit Report?
Get Started If you have been denied credit or if other adverse actions regarding your credit have been taken based on your credit report, you may want to obtain a copy of your credit report and verify the information contained in it. The purpose of the Request for a Credit Report letter is to assist you in obtaining a copy of your credit report, particularly if you have been denied credit, employment or insurance within the last 60 days. The credit report tells how you have managed credit in the past and companies examine your credit report before deciding whether to give you new credit. You can request a copy of your credit report by sending a letter to a credit reporting bureau. When you receive your credit report you should carefully review it. You have the right to respond to a negative entry on your report, to have errors corrected, or to have your response made part of your credit report.