Should I approach the hospital or the collection agency?
Fri, 07/19/2013 17:19
I'm trying to repair my credit. Hopefully, if everything gets right, then I will be able to buy a home in Sonora within 2 years. I have a few medical bills. I have incurred one medical bill from a hospital visit. The other one is from a doctor visit. The bills have sent to collection agencies. Should I negotiate with the collection agency or should I work with the hospital directly? Is it too late to approach the collection agency? approach the hospital or the collection agency
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