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Bankruptcy and credit report

At the risk of being redundant, my fiance had his 341 meeting this past Friday; the meeting went quickly, and he was told that now, all he can do is wait.  What I would like to know is, when should we order his credit reports to make sure everything is reporting correctly?  Right now...or after he gets his discharge papers?

 



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Re: Bankruptcy and credit report

I want to say after discharge is when you want to order them since it would allot enough time for them to be updated.

Also this is a good read too. Good luck!

http://ficoforums.myfico.com/t5/Bankruptcy/HOW-TO-From-BK7-discharge-to-700-in-24-months-or-less/td-...

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