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Asked on: 4/13/13, 11:46 am

If my bankruptcy was discharged and my residence was not part of the bankruptcy, even though it started out in the beginning. The bank shows my mortgage as being part of the bankruptcy and as a zero balance on my credit report. When I call the mortgage company they tell me I have to reaffirm the debt, even though the mortgage was never part of the bankruptcy. My payments are not being credited to me on my credit report because of this. I also had a representative from the mortgage co. tell me I could walk away from this debt because of reason? very confusing to me

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