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Bankrupt but debts still appear on my credit report – why?

I had to declare bankruptcy 4 years ago. On checking my credit report, the bankruptcy does not appear. In addition, some buy to let mortgages that I took out prior to and declared in my bankruptcy, are still showing as not being paid. Can you please tell me what is going on?

Information about previous creditors remains on your credit file for six years regardless of your bankruptcy status. If it has been longer than this, you might need to contact both Experian and Equifax with a view to having this information removed. There are companies which specialise in credit repair for a fee. In your case, this might be money well spent.

Bankruptcy UK has been helping people with bankruptcy since 1998 and will guide you through the process step by step. We will avoid jargon and confirm all discussions by email within 30 minutes. Call us for a chat about your circumstances on 01425 600129.

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