Post multiple bankruptcy

September 29th, 2007 by Questions

I had a bankruptcy (discharged) and then unfortunately, had another one in 1995 which was discharged in Sep 1997. Both were absolute discharges. AFTER the second bankruptcy they changed the laws to it staying on my credit report for 14 years AFTER the discharge of the 2nd bankruptcy; so, although I have a great Beacon score (about 655) this discharged bankruptcy continues to haunt me. I am debt free and squeeky clean since 1997. Bye the time the second one comes off my report, I will be 60 years old! My question is, can I legally have it removed in any way, shape or form?
Thank you.


One Response to “Post multiple bankruptcy”

, A licensed trustee said:

Not that I am aware of. Access to credit is not a right and the credit bureaus report the information that their members want to see.

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