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Last Modified: 11/2/2018 Location: FL, PR, USVI Business: Part A

Extended repayment schedule FAQ

Q: How do I request an extended repayment schedule for overpayments?
A: If you would like to expedite a request for an extended repayment schedule, fax the first page of the demand letter and all applicable repayment plan documentation to 904-791-8476, First Coast Service Options, Inc., Medicare Part A Debt Recovery. You can find the appropriate form and certification on our website by clicking here. In addition, include a copy of the first payment of the check. On the fax cover sheet include in the comments section “Request to expedite extended repayment schedule.” Mail the check to:
First Coast Service Options Inc.
Medicare Part A Debt Recovery
P.O. Box 45268
Jacksonville, FL 32232-5268
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