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Vanguard Settles With $2 Million In False Claims Act

It was announced last week that the United States and the State of Tennessee will be receiving $2 million in a settlement of False Claims Act allegations from Vanguard and its wholly owned subsidiary, Vanguard Health Care Ancillary. The settlement resolves claims by the United States and the state of Tennessee that Vanguard wrongly billed Medicare for enteral feeding services ... Read More »

My Mother Was Recently Diagnosed With Dementia and She Owes Discover. – Kim

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“Dear Steve: First, I want to say thank you for your help with my debt situation as you made my decisions much easier to make with your answers. How ever I now need some advice regarding my mothers debt problem with discover. She was recently diagnoised with the onset of dementia and is now living in an assisted living home ... Read More »

Everything is a Mess With Navy Federal Credit Union. – Lesley

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“Dear Steve, Everything is a mess. Another navy federal question. I owe over 18 thousand to NFCU and around 7 thousand to other credit cards, My husband owes around 20 thousand to credit cards 6 of that is to NFCU. My husband has ended up in a nursing home. He has only retirement income. We have a medicaid trust set ... Read More »

My Mother is Disabled and Bedridden in a Nursing Home and Chased by Debt Collectors. – Carolyn

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“Dear Steve, My mom is bedridden and disabled in a nursing home for over 5 years. The credit cards she left behind were notified of her phsycial and finaancial inability to pay these debts over 4 years ago. I was told by her lawyer to ignore all communication about her debts which I have done and now they have tracked ... Read More »

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