Caution disputing with Experian. My BK7 was discharged but a past account was not updated as IIB and the Experian refused to update the account after my first dispute. Therefore I attached documents and called to re-dispute. Experian then updated every account as BK7 discharged which caused every past account to become derogatory. To make it worse if I reapply with any bank it looks bad because now no closed account shows "paid/closed" but status as "discharged in BK7" which so far resulted in Wells Fargo Secured denial.
This might belong elsewhere
If they were part of your BK . They are listed correctly as IIB and all must have balance as 0. The one account if it was part of the BK should have the same info. If not dispute that. Otherwise from what you posted it's showing as it should be.
Unfortunately, that is how they report on the accounts post-bk.
There are a couple of things to be on the look out for though. First is the Status Date. CRA's have a tendency to update this date when they change something as a result of the dispute. I have made it clear in my disputes that this date should reflect the discharge date and not be changed because something was corrected. This happened and caused a 20 point drop in one of my scores because it looked like the BK had just happened (in my case, 9/2018 as opposed to 8/2016).
Second, and I am disputing this with Experien now, is they are showing a 'Negative' on the payment history on the month the filing or discharge occurred. From my understanding, this is against the FCRA. They are not supposed to report any payment history data after you file (since there won't be any). This is causing the "worst late" field on my accounts IIB to show as Charge Off. CRA's are required to report: zero balance and included in BK.
Good luck on the disputes and keep an eye out on these couple of items.