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If you filed chapter 13 7 years ago and it was discharged in Feb 01 how can you contact the credit bureau to remove this from your record if your attorney will not return your phone calls?

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2005-10-28 00:50:12
2005-10-28 00:50:12

A Chapter 13 bankruptcy will remain on a person's credit report for the required ten years not seven.

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