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Where would you find records of past car loans which was finance by Bank One then loan went into bankruptcy and paid out by bankruptcy?


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2020-08-16 14:13:35
2020-08-16 14:13:35

Try searching your credit report for info. Last resort would be to go to Lawyer that filed your bankruptcy.

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