Medical bills on credit report

How Do Medical Bills Affect Your Credit Report?

August 20, 2021
Unpaid medical bills can indirectly affect your credit report and score. You probably won't see the name of the health care provider on your report, though. More likely it will be the name of a collections agency. Read this article to learn more. Read more.

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