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My dad has repeatedly gotten bills from a dentist for services that were never rendered on dates that my dad did not visit this dentist. It seems that this is escalating, so I want my dad to write a letter to dispute the charges so that he can also preserve his rights under the Fair Credit Act.

There is also some concern that there is some medical billing fraud going on given the circumstances and the fact that my dad is 90 years old with his medical covered by insurance.

What does he need to put in this letter?

I'm going to send the info to my brother who is local to dad and can sit down with him to write it. I just want to make sure that dad gets everything in writing.

Thanks.
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