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 How long does bad credit stay on your report?

Answer Negative unsecured debt remains on your credit report for seven years from the date the debt first went delinquent or was charged off. A bankruptcy can remain for up to ten years, and unpaid tax ... Read More »
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How long do bad credit records that are past the statute of limitations stay on your credit report?

Negative entries on your credit report that are accurate will remain for seven years, with the exception of a bankruptcy, which will be reported for 10 years. The entries will remain on your report... Read More »
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How long do bad credit records past the statute of limitations stay on a credit report?

Under the Fair Credit Reporting Act, credit bureaus must remove negative accounts older than seven years. If such an account appears on your credit report, you have the right to dispute it with the... Read More »
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How long do bad credit records that are past the statute of limitations stay on a credit report?

Negative entries on your credit report generally stay there for seven years from the date of the negative event. In the case of personal bankruptcy, the entry stays on your credit record for 10 yea... Read More »
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How long should delinquent credit stay on a credit report?

Delinquent credit remains on your credit report for seven years, unless it is a Chapter 7 bankruptcy, in which case it remains for a decade. Delinquencies that are older have a smaller negative imp... Read More »
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