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i am out of bankruptcy for a year and the things showing before that should not be there

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Bankruptcy does not automatically remove the accounts just because it was filed.  The accounts remain for 7.5 years after the bankruptcy is filedf, as part of your credit history, as is explained in the credit education articles on this site. Reading them would be very beneficial since the knowledge will help you for the rest of your life,

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The accounts that were included in bankruptcy will continue as part of your credit history for 7 years, as is covered in the very informative articles o[n [this site.  Hope you re-read them since this is valuable knowledge. 

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