What can you do when you've been paying medical bills but the hospital reported it to the credit bureau anyway?
First of all if you did not start paying on the medical bills until they were in collection, then they were going to be reported anyway. Although you are currently making payments on an account there are still limitations to how long you can take to make full payment such as 30, 60, 90, and 120 days. Unless specified or if you have made arrangements with the creditor then after 120 days legally they can sue you for the remaining balance. The key to not having it reported is to set up a payment arrangement. The only stipulation to this is if you miss one payment your account can immediately be stne to collections. This is not legal advice. If there is more information not disclosed in the above question, please contact creditor, credit bureau, and a lawyer.
If you had unpaid medical bills that went to collections can you pull them out of collections by paying the hospital directly?
Put all your old medical records electronically which will require little space and can be utilised during urgency in future. If you destroy them altogether and need any one of the papers for treatment, you will be in deep water as it is well high impossible to locate them from hospital records. So, take advantage of of modern science. Store them in net files and save for future needs.
If a car is sold after repossession does law state that it must be reported to the bureau as zero balance?
If you received a collection notice and the company stated they reported your account to the credit bureau on Monday if you pay it this week since it is the same week will your score remain the same?
Where do insurance companies go for records of applications for life insurance from other companies?
If what you are referring to "is there a particular credit bureau that provides the middle credit score", then that answer would be no. Your middle credit score is just that; the score that is in the middle. It could be reported by Equifax, TransUnion or Experian. There is no one bureau that is a middle score bureau. I hope that helps.
The foreclosure may have been reported to the Credit Bureau your lender is looking at but not the Credit Bureau you are looking at. For example, the 3 main Credit Bureaus are Transunion, Equifax and Experian. You lender may be looking at Equifax and seeing the foreclosure, when you are looking at your Transunion, where the foreclosure was not reported.
What can be done to keep your medical bills from being reported to the credit bureau when they are supposed to be paid by another party?
Only the business office at the medical center, hospital or doctor's office where you received service can answer this. What might be true for avoiding collections and being reported to the credit bureaus at one firm may not apply in your situation. Ask the provider what YOU need to do in YOUR situation to avoid collection and being reported. The short and glib answer is to pay the bill. Usually this type of question comes…
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If your father is the borrower on an auto loan and you're the co-signer and his credit was better but you're making the payments why is it not helping your credit with the credit agencies?
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