Yes, or possibly they changed the accountnumbers when they merged or something. I don't want to alert them if so but I also don't want her to get sued before 7/7/2013 which will be 3 years. One more thing on the other bill. It was also for services on 7/7/2010. To pay this bill, it offers the website of the attorneys that sent the letter, not the medical company. Does that matter or mean anything to me?
ok, I was looking at it the opposite way. I though maybe they bought the debts from the doctor for a fraction, and they skim what they can easily and give up. I thought I may rekindle it. If I offer them 20% and they say no, should I just pay all of it?
Ok, thanks for the help.
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