How to Remove Bankruptcy from Your Credit Report?
Bankruptcy, Your Credit Score, and Your Credit Report
Bankruptcy can severely harm your credit score. Depending on your existing score, a bankruptcy can drop your FICO score in a range of 130-240 points. Given the harm a bankruptcy causes, you’d want to remove it from your credit report as fast as possible.
Many landlords check credit reports and the presence of a bankruptcy could lead to the rejection of a rental application.
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