The services were from Feb and March of this year. Insurance was billed and paid their portion but my bill ended up being over $6000. I financially qualify but they are denying me. What recourse do I have?
Ohio's Hospital Care Assurance Program (HCAP) provides assistance to eligible individuals for hospital bills. If a bill is sent to collections before an HCAP application is made or processed, the hospital might still consider the application. However, each hospital may have its policies...View More
Debt collectors don't put liens on anything, as they do not own the debt or the account. Generally, when a car payment is not made, the lender repossesses the car and then retains a debt collector to collect on the loan.
The case seems to be a default on a property owned by someone possibly attach to her we are unsure on what the complaint in the case is but they have her marked as a judgment creditor in the concerned parties information.
An Ohio attorney could advise best, but it looks like your question was overlooked under the general Uncategorized heading. You could try reposting under Collections, Foreclosure, Bankruptcy, and Civil Litigation. This looks like something for attorneys who practice in one of those areas. Good luck
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I had to cancel my debit card associated to the account bc of unrelated fraud. I figured that would cancel my subscription. It did not they auto renewed for a year. Since it didn't get paid they forwarded it to collections.
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