Creditors and information

July 10th, 2007 by Questions

If I talk to a Licensed Insolvency Trustee about whether or not I should declare bankruptcy, will the trustee log it into my credit report for all to see? or is the information kept private until I actually declare bankruptcy?

I am concerned that creditors might find out that either myself or a trustee has either looked at my credit report or requested changes to my credit report.

Thank you.

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One Response to “Creditors and information”



, Barton Goth GCO Bankruptcy Trustees said:

The trustee doesn’t have the authority or access to your credit report before or after the bankruptcy. Any meetings that you have with the trustee are completely confidential until you actually file a bankruptcy or a proposal.

As for your creditors finding out you have looked at your credit, this won’t suggest anything to them as it is recommended that everyone review a copy of their credit history at least annually.

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