Credit Score After Bankruptcy

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What Happens to My Credit Score After Bankruptcy?

Credit Score After Bankruptcy

Contrary to what you might believe, your credit score after bankruptcy will improve rather quickly. Your formerly reported records of late payments on multiple debts are now gone from your report. If you quickly reestablish some recordable credit references, you will see your score increase in 90-120 days. This, of course, will help you obtain more credit if you need it. Be very diligent to make all payments on new credit as agreed.



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