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Grant & Weber Complaint - Grant & Weber, A Collection Agency That Hounds You Even If You Do Not Owe Money!

Review by DaveS on 2008-06-25
LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA -- Grant & Weber is the worst kind of collection agency there is. They sent me a collection letter 45 days after my insurance promptly paid the St. Jude Hospital bill. They actually insisted that I pay them for a bill that was paid and I had proof of it. These people do not do their home work. If they would only have called the hospital before they sent out an ugly collection letter they would have known the status of the debt. They did not seem to care that the bill was paid. Grant & Weber specialize in the medical field so spread the word to any medical accounting folks you know, I have. Beware, these folks come across as "being on your side" and "a kinder and gentler agency" but they are not. There work is sloppy and they shoot from the hip without having any current knowledge of your account.

Do not ever respond to or pay these people! Go right to the company or hospital they say you have a debt with. Grant & Weber is sloppy and incompetent and they did not even apologize to me when I requested that they do so.
Comments:2 Replies - Latest reply on 2010-12-03
Posted by Hugh_Jorgen on 2008-06-26:
In your complaint you said: "These people do not do their home work. If they would only have called the hospital before they sent out an ugly collection letter they would have known the status of the debt."

Ummmm...who do you think hired them? That's right. The hospital. Your complaint should be with the hospital for sending you to collections on a bill you had already paid.
Posted by vtecjunkie on 2010-12-03:
We don't collect for St. Jude Hospital.

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