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Correct BK Reporting

I just want to clear up some things about accounts IIB reporting on CR. What is it supposed to show? Is it $0 and IIB with late payments showing or $0 IIB with NO LATE PAYMENTS?


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Re: Correct BK Reporting

The late payments, if any, would still show. It should be IIB and a $0 plus any negative items on the account prior to filing BK (CO, colletions or lates)

BK in 2008, after making very stupid financial. decisions.

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