Once collections recieves a bill like a medical bill how long do they try and work with you before it affects your credit? Also, how long is it going to remain on your credit report for? I am wondering because I have two medical bills one I had a payment plan set up for and then the medical office said it was paid for and I had a zero balance so I thought great. The 2nd one they billed my insurance. Well I recieved a bill from a collections for the 1st one saying it wasn't paid and it has already shown up on my CR it showed up 4 times on it! We paid it as soon as we got it but now I am worried about the 2nd one.Answer Question
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