Medical Data Systems (MDS)
Who is Medical Data Systems?Medical Data Systems is a third-party collection agency, headquartered in Vero Beach, FL, and started its business over 30 years ago. According to the Better Business Bureau (“BBB”), Medical Data Systems is categorized as a corporation. According to Medical Data Systems’ website, Medical Data Systems focuses on receivable management services solutions.It appears that Medical Data Systems collects on debts owed to third parties and collects on debts that it purchases. Therefore, in some situations, Medical Data Systems may be a junk-debt buyer. For example, some collection agencies buy debt for pennies on the dollar, and then collect on it. Medical Data Systems collects on various debts. We’ve helped a lot of consumers deal with Medical Data Systems when Medical Data Systems is collecting on payday loans; debt owed to major financial institutions, such as credit cards, installment loans, auto loans; retail store credit cards; student loans; insurance claims; and healthcare debt.
Medical Data Systems, Address, Phone Number, and Contact InformationMedical Data Systems is located at 2001 9th Avenue, Suite 312, Vero Beach, FL 32960. The main telephone numbers for Medical Data Systems are 888-773-2255 and 800-540-7096. These are just two of many Medical Data Systems contact numbers.Medical Data Systems’ website is http://www.meddatsys.com/ Medical Data Systems’ e-mail address is [email protected]
Phone Numbers Used By Medical Data SystemsMedical Data Systems likely has dozens, if not over 100, phone numbers it calls from. Here are a few phone numbers Medical Data Systems may be calling you from:
Medical Data Systems LawsuitsIf you want to know just how unhappy consumers are with Medical Data Systems, take a look at the number of lawsuits filed against Medical Data Systems on the Public Access to Court Electronic Records (“PACER”). PACER is the federal docket throughout the country that lists federal complaints filed against Medical Data Systems. When you do a search for Medical Data Systems, there are nearly 100 lawsuits filed against Medical Data Systems. Most of these lawsuits involve consumer rights’ violations.
Medical Data Systems HarassmentThe Fair Debt Collection Practices Act (“FDCPA”) is a federal law that applies to everyone in the United States. In other words, everyone is protected under the FDCPA. The FDCPA is a laundry list of what Medical Data Systems can and cannot do while collecting a debt, as well as things debt collectors must do while collecting a debt. If Medical Data Systems is harassing you over a debt, you have rights under the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act.The Telephone Consumer Protection Act (“TCPA”) protects you from robocalls. Robocalls are those annoying, automated, recorded calls that a computer makes to you all day long. You can tell it’s a robocall because either no one is on the other end of the line or there’s a delay when you pick up the phone before a live person comes on the line. You can get $500 per call if Medical Data Systems violates the TCPA. Have you received a message from Medical Data Systems that sounds pre-recorded? Or, maybe the message you received from Medical Data Systems is cutoff at the beginning or the end? These are tell-tale signs that the message is pre-recorded. If you have these messages on your cell phone, you may have a TCPA case against Medical Data Systems.The Electronic Fund Transfer Act (“EFTA”) protects electronic payments that are deducted from bank accounts. If Medical Data Systems took unauthorized deductions from your bank account, you may have an EFTA claim. Medical Data Systems, like most collection agencies, wants to set up reoccurring payments from consumers. Imagine how much money Medical Data Systems gets if hundreds, if not thousands, of consumers electronically pay them $50-$100, or more, per month. If you agreed to this type of reoccurring payment, Medical Data Systems must follow certain steps to comply with the EFTA. Did Medical Data Systems continue to take electronic payments after you said stop? Did Medical Data Systems take more money from your checking account than you agreed to? If so, let’s talk about your rights under the EFTA.The Fair Credit Reporting Act (“FCRA”) works to ensure that no information reported to your credit report is false. In essence, it gives you the right to dispute those inaccuracies that you find on your credit report. We handled a lot of cases recently where Medical Data Systems reported debt on a consumer’s credit report. Medical Data Systems likely reports on credit reports to obtain greater leverage over the consumer. If Medical Data Systems is on your credit report, they may tell you if you pay the debt, they’ll remove it from your credit report. This is commonly known as pay for delete. You pay Medical Data Systems, and they delete the debt from your credit report. Even if Medical Data Systems is not on your credit report, maybe the original creditor is. If you pay off the debt to Medical Data Systems, then the original creditor, and Medical Data Systems, should accurately report this on your credit report.Several states also have laws that provide its citizens an additional layer of protection. For example, if you live in California, Texas, Florida, North Carolina, Wisconsin, Michigan, Montana, or Pennsylvania you may be able to tack on a state-law claim with your federal law claim above. North Carolina, for example, has one of the most consumer-friendly statutes in the country. If you live in NC, and you’re harassed over a debt, you may get $500.00 - $4,000.00 in damages per violation. We work with a local counsel in NC. Our NC clients have received some great results in debt collection harassment cases. If you live in NC, and Medical Data Systems is harassing you, you have tons of leverage to get a great settlement.
HOW CAN WE USE THE LAW TO HELP YOU?We will use state and federal laws to immediately stop Medical Data Systems debt collection. We will send a cease and desist letter to get the harassment to stop the same day. If Medical Data Systems violates the FDCPA, EFTA, FCRA, or any state laws, you may be entitled to money damages. For example, under the FDCPA, you can get up $1,000.00 in damages plus actual damages. The FDCPA has a fee-shift provision. This means, Medical Data Systems pays our attorney’s fees and costs. If you have a TCPA case against Medical Data Systems, we will handle it based on a contingency fee.THAT’S NOT ALL…We have helped hundreds of consumers stop phone calls from Medical Data Systems. We know how to stop the harassment and get you money damages. ONCE AGAIN, you will not pay us a penny for our time. We will help you based on a fee-shift provision and/or based on a contingency fee. That means, Medical Data Systems pays our attorney’s fees and costs.
What If Medical Data Systems Is On My Credit Report?Based on our experience, Medical Data Systems does credit report. That means, Medical Data Systems will mark your credit report with the debt they are trying to collect on. In addition to Medical Data Systems, the original creditor may be on your credit report. For example, if you owe Republic Bank and Trust on an elastic line of credit, and Medical Data Systems is collecting on it, both Republic Bank and Trust and Medical Data Systems may have separate entries on your credit report. This is important because you will want both parties to update your credit report if you pay off the debt.THE GOOD NEWS IS…If Medical Data Systems is on your credit report, we can help you dispute it. Mistakes on your credit report can be very costly. Along with causing you to pay higher interest rates, you may be denied credit, insurance, a rental home, a loan, or even a job because of these mistakes. Some mistakes may include someone else’s information on your credit report, inaccurate public records, stale collection accounts, or maybe you were a victim of identity theft. If you have a mistake on your credit report, there is a process to dispute them. My office will help you pull your credit report and dispute any inaccurate information.REMEMBER…If a credit reporting agency violates its obligations under the Fair Credit Reporting Act (“FCRA”), you may be entitled to statutory damages up to $1,000.00, plus the credit reporting agency will be required to fix the error. The FCRA also has a fee-shift provision. This means, the credit reporting agency pays your attorney’s fees and costs. Therefore, you will not pay me a penny for my time. We have helped dozens of consumers fix inaccurate information on their credit reports.
Complaints against Medical Data SystemsIf you’re on this page, chances are you are just like the hundreds of consumers out there being harassed by Medical Data Systems. The complaints on the Better Business Bureau (“BBB”), various consumer websites, including on Pissed Consumer, and even the complaints on this page (below) are endless. Medical Data Systems is not accredited by the BBB. There are over 150 customer complaints on the BBB.Here are some of the many BBB complaints regarding Medical Data Systems:
- “I have told them that the person they are looking for hasn't lived here for almost two years and giving them his new numbers and address. Everyone I have spoken to is extremely rude and says the phone number has been removed and when I ask why I keep receiving calls they say it's been removed and hang up. I am very tired of this harassment”
- “This company is rude and they love to threaten those of us who have zero inability to pay our regular bills, let alone a medical bill. Their mothers would be ashamed of them if they knew how horrid they were in trying to collect money. Thankfully, I will be working with the hospital who told me nothing was wrong, when in fact something huge was wrong, to pay this debt, rather than these wretched people....”
- “We agreed upon an amount to make a one time payment to close the account and send the credit agencies a note to delete the account from the credit report.It's almost 2 months now and the account is not deleted/removed from the credit report because no deletion letter was sent to the 3 credit agencies.”
Cases We Have Handled Against Medical Data SystemsI THINK YOU’LL AGREE WITH ME WHEN I SAY…Threats and harassment by collection agencies can be pretty intimidating. Well, it turns out we can stop the harassment, attempt to get you money damages under the law, and the collection agency will have to pay us our fees and costs. Here are some of the cases we’ve handled against Medical Data Systems:
- Dianne C. v. Medical Data Systems. In this case, Medical Data Systems called our client on her cell phone. Medical Data Systems called from 66-861-5848, which is one of Medical Data Systems’ phone numbers. Dianne spoke with one of Medical Data Systems’ representatives and asked for validation of the debt in writing. Dianne never received anything in writing from Medical Data Systems. Agruss Law Firm, LLC faxed and mailed a cease-and-desist letter to Medical Data Systems. Despite having received the cease-and-desist letter, Medical Data Systems continued to place collection calls to Dianne’s cellular telephone. Medical Data Systems used an automatic dialing system to place collection calls to Dianne. We alleged Medical Data Systems violated the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act and the Telephone Consumer Protection Act.
- Duncan S. v. Medical Data Systems. Ginger lives in North Carolina, and Medical Data Systems was attempting to collect a debt that Duncan does not owe. Medical Data Systems called our client’s cellular telephone in an attempt to collect on a debt owed by “Sheridan P.” Medical Data Systems called from 877-521-6773, 321-725-2607 and 866-861-5848., which are two of Medical Data Systems’ phone numbers. Agruss Law Firm, LLC, faxed a cease-and-desist letter to Medical Data Systems requesting that Medical Data Systems stop calling Duncan’s cellular telephone. Despite receiving the fax from Agruss Law Firm, LLC, Medical Data Systems continued to call Duncan’s cellular telephone. Specifically, Medical Data Systems placed at least nine (9) collection calls to Duncan after receiving Duncan’s cease-and-desist request. Medical Data Systems used an automatic dialing system to place collection calls to Duncan. We alleged Medical Data Systems violated the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act and the Telephone Consumer Protection Act.
- Jorge A. v. Medical Data Systems. Our client lives in Florida. Not only is he protected by the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act, but she’s also protected by the state Florida Consumer Collection Practices Act. Here, Medical Data Systems was attempting to collect on an alleged debt arising from a medical bill. In this case, Jorge spoke with Medical Data Systems’ collectors and requested Medical Data Systems stop calling him. However, Medical Data Systems continued to call, starting the very next day after Jorge requested the calls to stop. Medical Data Systems used an automatic dialing system to place collection calls to Jorge. We alleged Medical Data Systems violated the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act, the Telephone Consumer Protection Act and the Florida Consumer Collections Practices Act.
Can Medical Data Systems Sue You?Although anyone can sue anyone for any reason, we have never seen Medical Data Systems sue consumers. It’s likely Medical Data Systems does not sue because they do not always own the debt they are collecting on. Also, Medical Data Systems would have to hire a lawyer, or use in-house counsel, to file a lawsuit. It’s likely Medical Data Systems collects debts through the entire country. Therefore, it would be very difficult to have lawyers, or a law firm, licensed in every state. There are collection agencies that do sue consumers. For example, Midland Credit Management is one of the largest junk-debt buyers. Midland Credit Management collects on debt and also sues on debt. The opposite is true with Medical Data Systems. Therefore, it would be very unusual if Medical Data Systems sued you. The original creditor, on the other hand, may hire a collection firm, or lawyer, to sue you. If Medical Data Systems has threatened to sue you, call us. We can help.
Can Medical Data Systems Garnish Your Wages?No, not unless they have a judgment. If Medical Data Systems has not sued you, then Medical Data Systems cannot get a judgment. If Medical Data Systems does not have a judgment, then Medical Data Systems cannot garnish your wages. Minus limited situations (usually dealing with debts owed to the government for student loans, taxes, etc.), in order to garnish someone’s wages, you need a judgment first. In short, we have not seen Medical Data Systems file a lawsuit against a consumer. So, Medical Data Systems cannot garnish your wages, minus the exceptions listed above. If Medical Data Systems has threatened to garnish your wages, contact our office right away.
Medical Data Systems SettlementIf you want to settle a debt with Medical Data Systems, ask yourself these questions first:
- Do I really owe this debt?
- Is this debt within the statute of limitations?
- Is this debt on my credit report?
- If I pay this debt, will Medical Data Systems remove it from my credit report?
- If I pay this debt, will the original creditor remove it from my credit report?
- If I pay this debt, will I get something in writing from Medical Data Systems confirming the payment and settlement terms?
Share Your Complaints About Medical Data Systems BelowPost your complaints about Medical Data Systems. Sharing your complaints about Medical Data Systems will help other consumers know what to do when Medical Data Systems starts calling. Sharing your experience may help someone else.HERE’S THE DEAL!If you are being harassed by Medical Data Systems over a debt, you may be entitled to money damages. Get up to $1,000 for harassment, and $500-$1,500 for illegal robocalls. Under various state and federal laws, we will help you based on a fee-shift provision and/or based on a contingency fee. That means, the collector pays your attorney’s fees and costs. You won’t pay us a penny. We have settled thousands of debt collection harassment cases. Let us help you today. Contact Agruss Law Firm at 888-572- 0176 to stop the harassment once and for all.
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Submit a Comment filed by: Timothy3 months ago
MDS called me about a medical bill over 2 years old that I had submitted to my insurance provider and assumed was paid because I received no further bills or statements from the hospital. They wanted me to pay them that day while on the phone. I requested a statement or bill first and they refused to provide it and said if I didn't pay then they would report it on my credit report. I contacted the hospital for a bill or statement which I received 5 days later. Before the hospital replied MDS reported a medical collection on my credit report. I have never received anything by mail or email from MDS. $945 is the balance due for which I never was billed by either the hospital or my insurance provider. Can you advise me on how to proceed to get this negative mark off my credit report?
Submit a Comment filed by: Harvey4 months ago
Med Data Sys has not deleted info off my credit report like they sadi they would.
Submit a Comment filed by: Nicole10 months ago
Multiple paid and unpaid medical bill collection on credit report from Medical Data System, need help working out settlements and Paid/"Delete for Pay" MDS items from report
Submit a Comment filed by: Pareshover 1 year ago
My name is Paresh. I have been getting calls on from Medical Data Systems aka Medical Revenue Service saying I owe a debt, I questioned the debts and asked for verification - the calls stopped for a while then started again. I again asked for verification - they said they mailed out a letter. I didn't receive - eventually, I did the verification was for 1 out of 4 debts showing on my credit report. Total amount owed is $8000. Then last week I sent them an offer to pay $2500 if they remove any trace from my credit history and mark as resolved. I asked for a letter if they agree and asked for it in writing, they started calling me again. I didn't answer the first few times, today I did, the lady told me they could not settle for $2500 the least they could do was 50% to which they will need to get permission. She also said that they cannot and will not remove the debt from my credit history but will mark it as PAID IN FULL, to my knowledge - PAID IN FULL doesn't make a different on my credit, still a negative so no point in even paying. What options do I have?!
Submit a Comment filed by: Marcusover 1 year ago
I have been receiving calls from medical revenue service from my cell phone, to my home phone. They are calling for a debt of some one else I never heard of a carsandra jorden? I told them I never heard of that person. They have called my phone today asking for the same person. They called my cell phone!
Submit a Comment filed by:almost 2 years ago
Just got a hit on my credit score. My bills are always paid. Looked at numbers on credit hit and see I received a call from them 2 days ago also.
Submit a Comment filed by: Sharonabout 2 years ago
The first I ever hear from them is a recorded message to my place of employment. My boss is the person who originally answered the phone. I am so upset I am shaking. Since I am at work please contact me by email rather than phone. Thanks!
Submit a Comment filed by: Gabrielleover 2 years ago
I recently reviewed my credit report and have found that there is a collection report on my account from medical data systems. I spoke with one person trying to figure out the origin of the debt and she was rude and unhelpful. I called the owner of the debt my local hospital and they have no record of any debt or of when a bill was sent to my address. Medical Data Systems had the wrong address in their system but the right phone number. They may have called a while ago, however if I hear an automated caller I do not answer or call back simply because there are many scams today. A 'supervisor' has agreed to submit for deletion after she receives payment. However after reading up on this company I am not sure if I can trust her word. I want this completely deleted off my credit history not marked as paid or settled. Because I never received a billing statement from the original owner of the debt or Medical Data Systems. I would like to receive advice on proceeding further, should I trust the verbal agreement she and I had or should I cancel the payment? If I should cancel the payment what further steps should I take if I do cancel payment. Thank you, Gabrielle!
Submit a Comment filed by: Robertalmost 3 years ago
Medical Revenue Service has been threatening and harassing my mother in-law, over a debt that should have been paid by medicare or Medicaid. She got so scared she started making payments!
Submit a Comment filed by: Monicaabout 3 years ago
I am receiving calls from 1-866-451-1216 about a debt. I have told them ti stop calling my phone. That i do not owe this debt to them. Monica Terrell they are call in me while i am at work and that i need her to contact me through mail if she need to tale to me. I told her that i would not give her my personal information over the phone. They keep calling me and they are telling me that i have to put that in writing and i inform her that i do not owe a debit to Medical Collection, nor did i give her my number. She was rude and insisted that i talk to her!
Submit a Comment filed by: Visitorover 3 years ago
hi we are being harassed by this company and the loved one that it is in reference to has passed away. by Medical Revenue Service!
Submit a Comment filed by: Nereidaover 3 years ago
Hi i noticed you work with cases of debt collectors. I received a call today and the worker was rude and insulting what can i do?She called me due to a past balance for cook childrens hospital where i took my son in 3-2013 she said i needed to pay balance but i explained to her i currently do not have a job but will be looking in the next to weeks she became very offensive and said ok to speak to my husband and i told her i didnt have the money now n she began to say i had an arrogant attitude that when i went to the hospital and took my son to get treated i didnt have that same attitude and i told her that comment was out of context and why was she speaking to me that way if i was not being rude she began repeating the same things saying i was arrogant and would not let me speak and finally said ok ill just note here you are reusing to pay amount and hung up on me. I never once said i wouldnt pay but that was just so inappropriate and personal!
Submit a Comment filed by: Coreyover 3 years ago
Medical revenue service calls me non stop and it's ridiculous, especially how rude they are. Can you help? Thanks.
Submit a Comment filed by: melissa demarcoover 3 years ago
Please tell me how to get the calls from medical revenue services to stop, they call me day and night even at 6am, they are very rude and tell me they will get their money by any means possible even if that means taking my house or car. All over a $800 hospital bill where they didn't even do anything for me, just sent me home.
Submit a Comment filed by: Carmenover 3 years ago
Medical Revenue Service has been calling me and also tried the get money from a lawsuit settlement I received. They have been rude and calling day and nigjt
Submit a Comment filed by: Dianneover 3 years ago
MRS is continually calling me about a debt owed to Flowers Hospital. I am a recovering cancer patient and was still in chemotherapy when the calls began. They refuse to provide me a breakdown of the charges by mail. They refuse to mail me ANYTHING to show what I may owe. I have paid Flowers Hospital my deductible each time I have visited. The hospital is ALSO billing me, at the same time MRS is billing me, so I have no idea what I actually owe, and no one will provide it. Again, I am recovering from cancer and these calls are creating enormous stress for me. I will happily make arrangements to pay what I owe, if anything, but I need a breakdown of what everything is for. Thank you...
Submit a Comment filed by: Shakethiaover 3 years ago
Medical Revenue services continuously calls me over a debt that I do not owe. I have Tricare and the records to prove that I do not owe this debt, yet they continue to call.
Submit a Comment filed by: Katieover 3 years ago
They have been nothing but rude to me. I am in the process of filing an appeal on the $10K medical debt that should have never happened. As soon as I told 'ANGIE' the women from Medical Revenue Services that keeps harassing me that I was appealing, her response was 'like that's going to help you'. I am absolutely livid with the way I've been treated.
Submit a Comment filed by: Maryover 3 years ago
Medical Revenue are brash .I told them that am unemployed but have an budget of $50 my debt..I asked for another person they become belligent.. I hung up
Submit a Comment filed by: Mike Agrussalmost 4 years ago
I have been called for over 2 years about a debt that the MRS says that I owe. I have asked countless times to be sent a letter to verify this debt, but have yet to receive anything from them. I ask questions about the account to give me a reference as to the company the debt came from and they can not verify that information. I paid another account off several years ago and after that one was paid, they called me about this one. At this point, I do not have the information about the other debt. I began paying it after receiving a call. They didn't have that information in their system either. So at this point, Im not sure if the previous debt was actually valid and I am certainly not sure this the current one they say I owe on is valid either. I am not in a financial position to be paying debts that I do not owe, nor do I want to continually be harassed about it. I was called about this current debt they say that I owe after over a year. So it caused me to question its legitimacy.
Submit a Comment filed by: Doyce P.almost 4 years ago
Yes, medical revenue service keeps calling me about what I am not willing to pay an ent doctor who sent me to get a $3500 cat scan when the same thing could have been done in their office with different equipment for under $600. They ended up doing both when they did not have to. Plus, the doctor would not give me pain medicine when my face felt like it was about to explode from my nasal cavity from inhaling by accident some carpet cleaning chemical that ended up causing my nose to swell, blister, and cause inflamation on the inside. The scan was not capable of revealing the pain I was in. So, I feel like I was getting gouged, and servicing me for the problem was not what they were after.
Submit a Comment filed by: Troyalmost 4 years ago
i owe about $1000 dollars in medical bill and have been making payments to hospital, but apparently they turned my account over to Medical Revenue Service for collection. i recieved a letter from them stating a full payment is expected
Submit a Comment filed by: Courtneyalmost 4 years ago
They keep calling me but wont disclose anything until i figure out what the call is in regards to. I asked them to send me a letter but have received nothing. Can you please assist
Submit a Comment filed by: Lisaalmost 4 years ago
called me at work, and personal phone, they would not give me their address or supervisor, they were told several times not to contact me by phone.
Submit a Comment filed by: Celerinoalmost 4 years ago
Información of payment
Submit a Comment filed by: Shevitaalmost 4 years ago
Identity theft.. when I called this "MDS" number listed on my credit report, they were rude, demanding and non-accommodating. I actually had to speak with 3 different people. After the 3rd person, who was actually very helpful, I spoke with corporate. Once I spoke with corporate I was given 2 names of people. I called both of these people and they were "not working today." I reached out to these people after seeing their info, for two separate accounts, on my credit report only to realize that MDS was the same company as Medical Revenue Service who has been harassing me at work!
Submit a Comment filed by: Deloresabout 4 years ago
They called leaving messages stating it's an attempt to collect a debt. Telling me to return the call to hit some button to remove my number if it wasn't the right person.
Submit a Comment filed by: Valerieabout 4 years ago
I have an outstanding bill from Medical Revenue Service and they keep harrassing me. I have told them to send me the bill in the mail but I never get anything. What can you do to help ? Thank you, Valerie
Submit a Comment filed by: Fitzroyabout 4 years ago
(866) 631-4680 MEDICAL REVENUE SERVICE BEEN CALLING ME OVER A MONTH. TALKING TO WELLSTAR THEY CANNOT CONFIRM BILL OVER. TALKED TO MDS PREVIOUSLY THAT WELLSTAR CLAIMS THEY WILL UPDATE INFORMATION. TODAY 8/4/2016 NOTICE DEBT ON MY CREDIT FILE, BEEN CALLING WELLSTAR ALL DAY AND ALL CONFIRMATION OF NO BALANCE, JUST TALKED TO LAURIE AT MDS SHE SAYS DEBT IS ON FILE SO THAT IS IT.
Submit a Comment filed by: Jorgeabout 4 years ago
Medical revenue services is harassing me with calls to collect money I want to sue them and collect 1000$
Submit a Comment filed by: Jjonesover 4 years ago
I have just been resolved of my debts and this company keeps calling me and telling me to pay.
Submit a Comment filed by: Monicaover 4 years ago
I have asked them several times to stop call me. The continue to call. They are very rule and nasty. They told me that they have the right to call me anytime.
Submit a Comment filed by: Kristyover 4 years ago
I received a call from this company and the rep was very rude demanding personal information from me without telling me anything about the company. When i did ask she said that they will call back and then she disconnected the call without saying bye or anything. I then called the number back and another rep answered. I verified some information so that i could figure out what it was about. She told me and after that i asked her to do not call again. She then says that she was going to tell the hospital that i was refusing to pay the balance. I told her that i did not say that and which i am planning to do so but i really didnt appreciate them harassing me like that. The rep then says ok so your refusing to pay the balance and hung up. After the i googled the number and found this website. A drunk driver just recked my car i just lost my job. Why is ok for them to harass my like that??
Submit a Comment filed by: Jamiealmost 5 years ago
I keep getting calls from them asking for my personal information to proceed with the call. I have no clue why they are calling and I do not feel comfortable giving my date of birth or address to just anyone over the phone. They continue to call and will not identify why they are calling unless I give them my personal information. They are extremely rude and are harassing me to provide them with my personal information. How do I make them stop!?
Submit a Comment filed by: Mattabout 5 years ago
Hi, The following company continues to call and harass my number. Medical Data Collections @ 866-451-1216 Thanks Kindly,
Submit a Comment filed by: Albertabout 5 years ago
Just received another call from Medical Revenue Services for a $4700 medical bills. I told them I'm a disabled veteran and can barely make it thru the month. I have received numerous calls from them over the last year. I told them I may be able to send $25.00 a month, but that's not for certain. I've always paid my bills when I was working, but with prices going up on a daily bases it just to hard to live off a fixed income. It's never enough that they get 80% of the bill from medicare. I guess a disabled vet. just can't get any breaks. Any advice would be greatfull. Thank you, Al
Submit a Comment filed by: Marisela Moralesover 5 years ago
This company just called one of my Physician practices looking for me, I do not even work in that clinic nor have any clue as to how they would even aquire that telephone number. Their phone calls are going to cause issues for me at work.
Submit a Comment filed by: Karenover 5 years ago
They have been harassing me as well. I am a teacher and they call, call, and call during my class times. I do owe a hospital balance, I have good insurance, and before my surgery I had to pay almost 4K to the hospital, 1K to the surgeon and now PT...I just don't have the $$ right now! Is this still legal for them to continually call and harass me? Thanks!
Submit a Comment filed by: Magrussover 5 years ago
Hi Brian, Once you told Medical Revenue Services that you do not owe the debt, and therefore, they should remove your number, Medical Revenue Services should have stopped calling you immediately. I can help you stop the calls once and for all. I'm familiar with Medical Revenue Services. I'll send them a cease and desist requests. The calls will stop. We can further discuss your rights on the phone. I'm here to help you. Thanks, Mike
Submit a Comment filed by: Brian Echardover 5 years ago
Medical Revenue Services has been calling me for weeks and perhaps even months. I've lost track. The debt they are trying to collect does not belong to me. When I contacted them to have my number removed, I was told that I would need to speak to a live person. I thought I was but apparently I wasn't to my surprise. When their robocaller contacts me, it says to hang up if I am not that person. Their instructions are contradictory and confusing.
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