I am curious about what steps I can take to delete a record off of my credit score. I was hoping I could get some insight into this matter, and would appreciate it if you could assist me. In the time-frame of 2008 to 2009, I had a few surgeries on my hand. Since the incident, there were hundreds (maybe an overstatement) of bills coming in the mail for the procedure. All from different departments, companies, firms, doctors, hospitals, etc. Insurance paid everything, and my family and I paid the rest....Years later, when I looked at my credit score, I found out that I had numerous outstanding balances still with the procedure. The hospital had NO idea, my insurance company was clueless, and we were wondering what the heck happened. Long story short, over the course of the last 2 years, we're still finding random accounts pop-up from the Medical Business Bureau. We've asked them for over 2 years to send us an itemized list of accounts, amounts owed, the doctors/places it originally came from, and for written accounts of when they sent it to us. STILL, we receive new accounts to this day and they supply NO information. Worse case, you could have them reach me at my work line: My main goal is two things: (1) To delete these items from my credit report. The Medical Business Bureau refuses to do such a thing, and I find this to be unacceptable if they're not committed to doing their part in supplying proper documentation and proof for their allegations.(2) Ensure that they do not bring up any other faulty accounts. We have caught them in the past having multiple debt collectors claiming we owe them debt, however all these different agencies have the same account number...that was paid off to another collection agency. I will appreciate that greatly. I will greatly appreciate it as well if I would be able to get any insight or recommendations on what the lawyer believes is the appropriate response to this situation as well!