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Talk Credit Radio: Get Answers to Your Medical Bill Questions!

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This week on Talk Credit Radio: Friday October 14, 2011

Tune into Talk Credit Radio this week with Credit.com’s personal finance expert Gerri Detweiler, live from 4-5 ET/1-2 PT on WSRQ.

Medical Bill Questions or Problems? Get Answers!

Do you have medical collections on your credit reports, maybe through no fault of your own? Or are you overwhelmed with large medical bills you can’t pay? This week on Talk Credit Radio, host Gerri Detweiler talks with Mark Rukavina, a nationally recognized expert on healthcare issues and director of the The Access Project, a research and advocacy organization. Mark will explain how medical debt affects your credit reports, how to handle medical billing or insurance disputes, and what to do if you have a medical bill you can’t afford to pay. Or you can call the show live between 4-5 pm ET to ask Mark your question!

Plus, Gerri will explain how secured cards work and when you may—or may not—want to consider one of these cards.

Call in live or submit a credit question for Gerri or Mark Rukavina to answer on the show, and if it is used on the air, you’ll win a free copy of your choice of her books, Debt Collection Answers: How to Use Debt Collection Laws to Protect Your Rights or Reduce Debt, Reduce Stress: Real Life Solutions for Your Credit Crisis. Call into the live program at 941-373-1220 or send your question by email to creditexperts@credit.com. (Be sure to note your question is for Talk Credit Radio.)

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