08-08-2007 11:49 AM
08-10-2007 03:40 PM
08-10-2007 03:41 PM
bl00dymary wrote:Joe, I recently had to deal with a similar issue myself. You should not need to file a vacate, because any judgements become null & void once you filed you BK. Write a letter (or call) the offending creditor and include (or offer to fax) a copy of your BK discharge papers to prove the dates if needed. Explain to them that they are in violation of the court ordered stay and face extreme sanctions if you are forced to go to court to have this removed. Or you can just call the lawyer you used to file the BK, they should be happy to handle it for you and probably won't charge you a thing (save maybe a cut of the sanctions awarded). You can also send copies of your BK discharge to the CRAs themselves and have them remove the information.
Message Edited by bl00dymary on 08-04-2007 05:11 AM
08-10-2007 07:23 PM
08-10-2007 07:35 PM
myhearts07 wrote:Joe,Did you send that paperwork that Bloodymary and I suggested to you? If you can prove that it was included in your BK and discharged you should be able to have it removed.Eve
08-10-2007 07:53 PM
08-10-2007 10:45 PM
08-11-2007 05:26 AM
08-11-2007 08:19 AM
myhearts07 wrote:The worst part? They filed the judgement after I filed the BK.This is what Joe said that they filed after being discharged through the BK> This is illegal and he can get it removed.
08-11-2007 10:27 AM
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