Is there any way to prevent a bankruptcy from showing up on your credit report, or to get it removed if it does?
1 Answer from Attorneys
If you actually took the bankruptcy and received a discharge, then no. Credit Reporting companies are entitled to report what actually happened. If the report is erroneous, then contact the credit reporting companies.
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