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my is my account for $1197 for medipar listed as in collections - it's under bankruptcy
this was included under bankruptcy in Nov. 2012. It is listed as in collections. I called the company and they are showing that it is listed under bankruptcy in all three credit companies but yours. what is on your report is incorrect and needs to be changed. I verified the listing on the other reports - it is "bankruptcy". please correct this!

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Credit Karma is not one of the credit bureaus and does not send any credit reports to anyone./  The information on this site is obtained from Transunion and is used as sample information in helping to develop an interactive online program for each person to use in developing and maintaining  a good credit score.

The information included in your bankruptcy may show on your regular credit reports (when did you last check them?) because they are part of your credit history and will drop off in 7 years.  Basnakruptcy does not erase your credit history but does creat a negative on your credit report that lasts for 10 years.

Please read the articles on this site and utilize the tools available so you can better understand how credit works and how to make it work for you.

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