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Credit cards that should be off the list.
There are 5 credit cards on all three credit agencies. Those have been taken off with my BANKRUPTCY ALONG TIME AGO. THEY SHOULDNT EVEN BE THERE. Also I have nothing to do with "home insurance". We don't even live there we are renting for 900.00 a month and pay 2 weeks ahead. I have "1" credit card only! I should show the bankruptcy and that's it! The other cards are GONE. They need to be removed. Thank you Debbie

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The Credit Card debt was part of the Bankruptcy, but the the Credit Card accounts are part of your credit history.  The CC accounts will fall off your Credit Report 7 years after the close date.

you might want to read the following

http://www.experian.com/blogs/ask-experian/2013/09/10/accounts-are-not-removed-immediately-after-bankruptcy/

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Credit cards/ bankruptcy

Thank for the advice. I knew about the years a bankruptcy stays on your credit, it has been 4 years. At least there should be something next to the credit card account stating it was part of the bankruptcy and was wrote off. It looks like there still open and I owe and just not paying. I wish there was a area that would allow you to put comments on. Thanks for helping. If anyone else out there experienced this as well I'd love to hear from you. Debbie

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