Credit Repair Tips
Getting a bankruptcy removed from a credit report is very difficult. It is the “holy grail” of the credit repair world. Does it happen? Yes but with much less frequency than any other type of item removal. The truth is that most (not all) courts are pretty good about the verification and accuracy of bankruptcy reporting. The good news is that although the bankruptcy listing itself is often verifiable and accurate, the items contained within the bankruptcy are usually much easier to get removed from your credit report. Those items will often be inaccurate and the creditors will often be less diligent about verifying the data.