credit bureau

January 18th, 2008 by Questions

After being discharge from bankruptcy, will every dept included in the bankruptcy(i.e. credit card and loan) stay on the report for the next 6 or 7 years or only a notice of the bankruptcy.
If the credit report show 8 credit card R9 it will be hard to show a good credit with just a few R1 loan.


One Response to “credit bureau”

, Barton Goth GCO Bankruptcy Trustees said:

The way our credit reporting system works is that it reports on every debt, therefore each debt will have a separate comment and each comment will be adjusted to reflect a R9. This will stay on your credit bureau for a maximum of 6 years from date of discharged, but you will find that by getting a number of positive comments (by follwing the process outlined at credit repair) the quicker you will be able to repair things (but your right 1 positive comment is not going to repair things you will need to get a number of positive comments to be effective).

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