The New York Attorney General signed an agreement with the three major credit bureaus in 2015 that requires healthcare providers to have a guarantor SSN or date of birth before they will accept the account to the credit file. The other part of the agreement is that a collection agency must report if the debt was paid by an insurance company after the debt was listed for collection. Learn what we need to comply with this new agreement.
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Credit Bureau Reporting: New Law Requires Having Guarantor SSN or DOB
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