credit card claim

October 24th, 2008 by Questions

I was discharge from a personal bankrupcy in february 2008. One of the credit card cie included in the bankrupcy is now claiming 1200.00 for purchase on my credit card 90 days before I declare bankrupcy. I had a store (registered in the personal bankrupcy) the purchase was from a suplier, baby clothing for my store, of course everything was liquidated in the bankrupcy. All minimum paiement due on all my credit cards were made in time until I declare bankrupcy. Can they seize my bank account before judgment , can they even claim that amount, I cannot afford a lawyer, what should I do?

Chris

Posted from: Quebec

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, Barton Goth - Goth & Company Inc. -Trustee in Bankruptcy said:

This is a question you will need to contact your bankruptcy trustee to have answered. There are simply to many variables that I don’t know that would impact this answer. But typically if a creditors is going to deal with a concern it is done before the bankruptcy is discharged, so I doubt they will be able to collect after the bankruptcy, but you do need to discuss this with your trustee.

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