The bankruptcy itself will show up on reports very soon after it is FILED. The discharge itself is not reported, just the public record of the bankruptcy itself.
It can show at any time. A repossession is compleated as soon as the car is picked up so it does not matter what happens after the repossession it still did happen.
1 year after the entry was made
The Fair Credit Reporting Act allows a bankruptcy to show for 10 years from the "date of entry of the order for relief or the date of adjudication". This refers to the legal item which appears in the public record portion of a credit report. Any tradelines that were included in bankruptcy, which are the accounts listed in the report, will be shielded from view after 7 years.
The purchase of a car is not shown on a credit report. The only item that might show would be an account wherein a consumer borrowed money secured by a car. If no money was borrowed, there would be no listing. If a loan was obtained, whether or not the loan shows on your CR would be at the discretion of the lender. Some lenders are members of various Credit Reporting Agencies, some are not.
Technically it can stay on 10 years since it is a public record. However, with persistance you can have it deleted almost as soon as it goes on your credit report. Look at credit boards dot com
Unfortunately, there is no "specific" time period to state. It could appear as soon as 30 days, when and if that creditor updates its reporting to the credit bureau every 30 days or it may never get updated unless you instigate the action.
As soon as the report can be filed and notated ... maybe a couple days to a week or two at the most. In this present day and age of technology, it might appear almost instantly. Btw, the bad mark on the credit report will stay there from 7 to 10 years.
you both show up on the credit reports as soon as you purchase the first ting together you will start a joint credit history that is very inportaint which will determin what you pay for your home,auto insurance, credit cards and loans,every time you want to buy somthing and are not able to pay cash for.
To report identity theft of credit cards you should do it as soon as you possibly can. First inform the company who you have your credit card with as well as your bank and loan companies. You should also inform your local police department.
The Experian credit score is calculated by ones credit reports. This score is also called a 'risk score', which will be delivered as soon as a lender sends a request for ones credit report. In this case 'online' just means that one has online access to ones Experian credit report and score.
There are many things you can do to repair credit. The simplest thing to do is to pay your bills on time. You should also check your credit report to make sure there are no errors and fix them as soon as possible.