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will score increase if bankruptcy was 10 years ago
bankruptcy will be discharged 10 years on July 15th will my score increase after that?

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Oglesby

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Your bankruptcy should have been removed based on the date of filing, not the date of discharge.  Contact credit bureaus to immediately take the bankruptcy off your report.

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how do we contact the credit bureaus?  Is there  a specific address to write them to?

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when can your bankruptcy be removed from your credit file?

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rosewishing

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Bankrupcy is the single greatest factor that negatively effects the credit score and damages the credit. By having Bankrupcy removed since it is causing the damages with the negative items listed under it, your credit score can recalculate. -Jeremy Welch Paralegal at Lexington Law Firm-

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I have bankruptcy from 6/2010 and medical payments. How do I make this situation better?

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