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Can you be put on chex systems during bankruptcy?

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2005-10-30 02:03:31
2005-10-30 02:03:31

The answer is no. Bankruptcy puts the debtor into federal protection and out of jurisdiction of any collection type action against the person. If someone was put into chex systems while in bankruptcy it should be voided.

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