I have most unsecured credit card debt from major banks. Approximately $70,000.
I know that normally negative credit items usually remain on one’s credit reports for up to 7 years.
BUT if they were discharged through bankruptcy, would that mean they would ALSO be removed immediately from my credit reports ?
No. Your past history would continue to be reported for seven years from the date each account was first reported delinquent.
However it is a relatively easy matter of rebuilding your credit following bankruptcy, Read this guide.
Please update me on your progress by posting updates here in the comments section of your question. I’m very interested in how this works out for you.Is Debt Included in Bankruptcy Removed From My Credit Report? - Dave by Steve Rhode