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When a Bank/Finance Institutions receive a Charge off or write off from a consumer/ client putting thier name/institute under bankruptcy filings, what is there percentage of get back or return from that filing...

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The lender is not 'receiving' a charge off.  They (to include shareholders/members) are absorbing the loss. 

 

Presuming you are talking about a consumer filing and not a business filing, the only way they might recoup ANY amount is if 1) there is a Chapter 13 which carries repayment or 2) they are fortunate enough to have bundled the debt to sell to a sucker who did not perform due diligence to ensure a lack of BK cases in the purchase.

 

In a BK7, there would be nothing recouped aside from the tax writedown unless, again, they find a sucker who does not do due diligence.

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5 hours ago, centex said:

 

In a BK7, there would be nothing recouped aside from the tax writedown unless, again, they find a sucker who does not do due diligence.

this reminds me that somewhere I have a letter regarding one of my IIB that was sold to an outfit called "b line"

 

 

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