nissanr35

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  1. Hey guys, its quiet weird, they initially sent me an invoice of the bill only. So i called the OC person and requested them a document to be in writing as we discussed and agreed. Which is that the collection account will be completely removed upon full payment. They replied they are not the one who is reporting this to CBA, so i had to talk with the collection account for so and so document. When i contacted the CA, they told, they are not reporting it by themselves, its the OC actually asking them to report. Finally, the OC, called me and said they got the document and they will stick it in mail. When i opened the document, i was surprised to see, that the collection is requested to be removed to the CBA's. Please allow upto 60 days for the CBA to work on this. "Actually this letter is from the CA directly, been faxed to OC, then sent to me in mail." I am confused what is going on, lol. Anyways its a success of deleting from my credit report so far. Please put in your comments.
  2. Hello all, I had medications on May 2014 and it was supposed to be covered by workers compensation as sprained my ankle at work. I also had my personal health insurance on file. After receiving medications, i had to move out from the address (was in that address until August 2014 - not received a single bill or notification about anything). On April 24 2015, i ran a credit report check and found that there is a collection account for an $xxx amount which was initially reported in Feb 2015. So i called in the CA to get the break-up of the bill & they said the medical debt has been assigned to them from the OC and they don't have any bills or statements. So i called in the OC and they were aware of what happened, saying that the bills returned to them saying undeliverable and that's the reason they turned it to CA after 6 months. I told, the workers comp insurer should have paid, apparently i did not know any of these cuz i changed the address and the claim results, bills were all sent to my old address. Anyways, i called the respective accounting/billing person of the OC, questioned her if the debt has been assigned or sold to CA, she said assigned, then explained what happened and willing to resolve it sooner by paying the debt in full & in-turn want the collection listing on my credit report to be removed. She accepted immediately and said "i will inform the CA to put a hold onto this account and will tell them not to call or disturb you on this." I said, ty, please send the agreement to me in mail and gave her my current address and i can . She told, "it won't be like an agreement or sorta like that". I was like, but i want the listing to be removed, anyways, mail me the document first then. *What kind of document should i expect.? like an agreement or contract or just a document.? *should i call her and record the conversation (informing her prior). I live in KS state by the way. Not sure if i can and will it work? *I will update the document once i receive it from them. Nothing has been finalized in writing, guide me if you have a better way, please put in your inputs which will be really effective for me to handle this situation. Thank you all for your time.