Does bankruptcy court pull up your credit report?

Answer Bankruptcy court does pull your credit report. You are required to provide the court with a copy of your most recent tax return and answer questions regarding your debts at the creditors' meeting.... Read More »

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Can I pull a credit report for a pre-qualification loan?

On One Hand: Obtaining a Credit ReportGetting a copy of your credit report is a good idea if you plan on seeking pre-qualification for a loan, especially a mortgage or an auto loan. Reviewing your ... Read More »

Can a debt buyer pull a credit report?

The Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals has ruled that creditors may pull debtors' credit reports only if a debt involves a credit transaction in which the consumer directly sought credit and willingly ... Read More »

Does bankruptcy look bad on a credit report?

A bankruptcy on your credit report can make financial institutions and other lenders hesitant or unwilling to lend to you or issue you credit cards. The impact of the bankruptcy usually decreases o... Read More »

Can bankruptcy be on your credit report for more than 10 years?

Bankruptcy cannot legally remain on your credit reports for more than 10 years, according to Experian. If you filed a Chapter 7 case, the notation will last only 10 years from the date you filed in... Read More »