Round Two Recovery was attempting to collect a total of $1512 from our client Kevin in regards to three inaccurate medical collection accounts listed on his credit report when we first began his credit repair process. Ironically, each account reported a balance of $504, which we all found to be somewhat ridiculous. After all, what are the odds that he would have three medical collection accounts all for the exact amount? It’s not very likely.
Here are snapshots of how those accounts were reporting on his Experian credit file. Notice the last four digits of the accounts encircled in red ink. Continue reading below.
On November 14, 2013, we addressed the accordingly via US Certified mail to their address of Round Two Recovery 3690 E I 240 Service Rd., Oklahoma City, OK 73135. Unsurprisingly to us, they printed and mailed Kevin the following responses below, confirming the deletion of these inaccurate medical collections.
If your credit report also reflects inaccurate collection accounts with Round Two Recovery, I encourage you to contact us. Most likely, we will be able to assist you with the removal of these items, in addition to other inaccurate and/or unverifiable information on your credit report.