If you owe it, they can try to collect it. Wrong addresses, screw-ups, even incompetence do not cancel your obligation to pay legitimate debts.
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If the bill is for a relatively small amount and you do not pay it, they will have to sue you and the court costs are going to be at least $340 to do that in small claims court.
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