Improper contact or sharing of info

I am writing about an item being improperly reported on my credit report. The first company is XXXX XXXX XXXX collecting for XXXX.This information is inaccurate because I ‘ve NEVER EVER been to XXXX XXXX XXXX and you MUST be referred by a physician to get imaging. I go to the VA and they ‘ve only sent me to another VA or XXXX. I told the credit reporting agency this fact and after they saw that I go to the VA another item appeared on my credit report from Revenue Recovery Corporation for XXXX XXXX XXXX XXXX. I could have actually gone to an XXXX XXXX but it would have been prior to the dates being reported and hence not eligible to be on my credit report anymore AND IT WAS N’T until I pointed out the falsehoods of the XXXX XXXX XXXX. THE XXXX WOULD NOT SEND ME TO XXXX XXXX XXXX because XXXX do XXXX IN THE HOSPITAL! I was a XXXX AND a XXXX prior to getting my XXXX so I know XXXX. It is my honest assertion that XXXX XXXX XXXX attempted to disguise some expired earlier debt that was removed from my credit report based on FCRA LAW. After I pointed out that fact, the Revenue Recovery Corporation looks to have attempted to ” re-age ” an old debt to help substantiate XXXX claim. It does n’t ; it shows some type of collusion because if Revenue Recovery Corporation was due to be on my credit report until XXXX it would have been on my credit report in XXXX when I first checked it and IT WAS NOT THERE. In addition if I was delinquent in XXXX then it would have been due to be removed ANYWAY, however, I HAVE NEVER GONE TO XXXX which makes the XXXX claim a straight lie. If I went to the XXXX as is claimed by Revenue Recovery Corporation it would have been off of my credit report due to time and it was off.
It appears that Revenue Recovery Corporation would have had to provide some type of information which allowed XXXX XXXX XXXX to add information to my credit report to a place that I ‘d never been. The Revenue Recovery Corporation then took dates from the XXXX XXXX XXXX information in an attempt to ” re-age ” a debt that had obviously been removed from my credit report based on FCRA Law.

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