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Thanks creditboards, TU just deleted my last chapter 13 bankruptcy.

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I want to stop and say thanks. Thanks to each and everyone of you who helped me, I thank you. 


So TU just deleted my last chapter 13 (filed in 2013, 2014 due to errors.).


Equifax, I’m have to call them to delete address tied to it. 

Experian is in the process disputing it as well.


My Lexis Nexis frozen.


Again thanks creditboards, you all do make a difference with your knowledge.


I am really humbled and learn my lesson about credit in general. Before I mess up I’ll be sure to ask here.  I hope everyone stays safe and I can’t thank you enough. You all the best people. 

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12 hours ago, Killbadcredit said:

Ok update: thanks creditboards.com

Experian deleted my bankruptcy 

so did TU

Equifax giving me trouble but I’ll get them.


anyone got tips to get Equifax to delete Bk?

This is your week!!!

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