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The Credit Line: Medical Bill Nightmares and Your Credit

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Tune in to this week’s installment of The Credit Line, hosted by Credit.com’s chairman and co-founder Adam Levin on Los Angeles’ KFWB 980 AM this Saturday, August 6, at 9 a.m. PST/Noon EST.

The show is co-hosted by L.A. radio personality Jeff Levy.

Are Medical Bills Ruining Your Credit?

Nicholas Newsad, author of The Medical Bill Survival Guide and senior analyst of a national Surgery-center-chain, tells us how to deal with medical debt nightmares—what to do if you can’t pay, and how to head off problems before they arise. Tom Quinn, Credit.com’s credit scoring expert, joins us to talk about what to do when you’re already in collections or thinking about filing bankruptcy on your medical bills. He also sheds some light on how these debts affect your credit score.

[Related articles: Scratching Medical Debt from Credit Reports – The Pros, Scratching Medical Debt from Credit Reports – The Cons]

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Do you have a credit question?  Adam Levin and Jeff Levy are ready to take your calls live this Saturday, August 6 at 9 a.m. PST/Noon EST, at 888-539-2980.

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