Date Received: 2018-09-10T00:00:00
Product: Medical debt
Issue: Attempts to collect debt not owed
Consumer Consent Provided to Share Complaint: Consent provided
Consumer Complaint: Dear Sir/Madam, Inreference to complaint ID XXXX The XXXX XXXX XXXX wakefield & associates or XXXX XXXX XXXX wakefield & associates as they call themselves claim they were not paid by my insurance for services they rendered to me in 2016.They falsified the amount of money they claim i owe them and reported false dates services were rendered.The current owner of XXXX XXXX is a XXXX XXXX and all those who work for him at every XXXX XXXX are his XXXX XXXX.It might sound crazy and unbelievable but if you try to find out if it is the truth you will find no lie about it.They tried me to be a XXXX XXXX but it has never worked and it will never work.They are not quitting on me and i will never give in to be a XXXX XXXX.placing false debt collection accounts on my credit history is another alternative means to put me into a mess and try to me make me a XXXX XXXX.
I tried to upload my proof of payment from my insurance company on XXXX so that XXXX can dispute the debt collection accounts placed on my credit history but it could not work.I currently don’t have money to mail my proof of payment document to XXXX.Mailing and uploading is the only way acceptable to submit any dispute supporting document.Here is a detailed summary of my claims history summary report ( proof of payment ) from my insurance : Dos refers to dates when services were rendered Status refers to dates when they were paid Billed amount refers to how much they charged Adjusted amount refers to reduction money with medicaid Allowed amount refers to how much they were paid after a reduction with Medicaid Paid amount refers to how much they were paid.
Company: WAKEFIELD & ASSOCIATES, INC.
Company Response to Complaint: Closed with explanation
Was Company Response Timely: Yes
Did Consumer Dispute Company Response: N/A
Complaint ID: 3014978
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