Remove Bankruptcy or Bankruptcies From Your Credit Report – Watch Credit Scores Increase Over 200 Points

Personal bankruptcy is a sad chapter to those who are going through this ordeal. It can happen to anyone. If it has happened to you, beware that having declared bankruptcy in the past may make it especially hard to improve your credit score. Why do you need to remove bankruptcy from your credit? Bankruptcies remain on your credit report for 7 to 10 years.

How do you remove bankruptcy or bankruptcies that are still showing on your credit?

The FCRA gives you the right to dispute inaccuracies and omissions, and it requires credit bureaus to investigate your complaint (generally in thirty days), send you a immediate response and to remove bankruptcy or bankruptcies.

What’s the best way to remove bankruptcy from your credit report?

Last year, Lexington Law helped clients remove over 13,432 bankruptcies from their credit reports. How did Lexington Law remove bankruptcy from credit reports? Through effective credit bureau disputation and creditor interventions. For over 20 years, Lexington Law Firm has been the trusted provider of affordable, legal credit repair solutions for people across the country and from all walks of life. Want proof? View the 2010 Bankruptcy Deletions by Company

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