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How to dispute some of my credit reports
The bankruptcy is 8 yrs old, some of them credit cards have been paid off

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Transunion, Equifax and Experian all have websites with instruction on how to dispute incorrect information found on your credit reports. Never try to remove any accounts that were closed in good standing, doing so would hurt your credit. Keep in mind that most negative information remains on your credit reports for seven years from the time of the negative action, some bankruptcies stay on your reports for seven years and others for ten years, so do some reading on that to see what you have. Even if you cannot get the negative information removed from your reports at this time, there are things that you can do to better your credit. It all starts with reading all that you can and asking questions along the way.

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