My husband and I had our bankruptcy discharged in March 2012. We are still getting refusals for any type of credit we have tried to apply for, no matter how small. We have one credit card we have never been late on. It has a limit of only $1,500.00, and we have always paid it off so have not been charged any interest. Our denials all state “due to public record.”
My bankruptcy was discharged one to two months following when it was filed. This would have been around September 2005. It still shows the bankruptcy is not discharged on my records, but it has been. How do I get this information updated to correctly reflect my discharge date?
I filed bankruptcy in 2002 because of divorce. It was discharged with zero assets and zero liabilities. A 1996 Michigan state tax lien still remains on my credit report after 16 years. I understood it was included in the Chapter 7 bankruptcy in 2002.
I just filed bankruptcy and it was discharged in January 2011. I thought that because I filed bankruptcy my bad credit would be taken off my credit report. How come they are all still there but show discharged with Chapter 7?
Does a Chap 7 bankruptcy drop off the report 10 years after filing date or the discharge date?
My bankruptcy was discharged in February, and I was under the assumption that all the accounts would be taken off my credit report. Did I receive the proper information regarding this situation?