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Author:

 

Keith Fines

Question:

 

I have had two bankruptcies in my life. The first was in 1989 and I went though all the things required of me and because I never requested credit, had thought I had done everything required of me, I had thought it was off my record until 2004 when I found out and had it discharged. Now I am finding a 1989 bankruptcy still showing on my credit 24 years later. Is there anything I can do? or am I screwed? Lol Thanks



From:

 

Grant Thornton Alger Inc.

Date:

 

Nov 04, 2013

Answer:

 

Keith A first bankruptcy will stay on your credit report for 6 years after your discharge.A second bankruptcy extends the period to 14 years from the discharge date of your second bankruptcy which in your case, was in 2009. If you require further information, contact both Equifax and Trans Union for information or to update information on your report. Thanks for the question.

Marie Kozlowski
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Marie.Kozlowski@ca.gt.com

 

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