The bankruptcy is reported in the public records section, and the accounts involved will reflect that they are included in the bankruptcy.
Both should indicate they are discharged once the bankruptcy has been completed.
But what about important services that you only use occasionally, like the post office and the dentist?
On top of the stress that accompanies changing addresses, names or jobs, it's smart to notify these companies as well to avoid any hiccups.
Accounts included in the bankruptcy will have their status updated to show that they are included in the bankruptcy.
When Rogers checked his credit report several months later, it still reflected the debt, but not that it was disputed.
" Kerry asks an excellent question, given that many of us will move at some point or another, and along with all the other hassles is getting the new address updated in the credit reports and issuing bank databases. Given the Choice, Apply for New Credit Cards Before You Move Given the choice, I would definitely prefer to apply for a few credit cards while at an address I've lived at for a few years, rather than apply a few days after moving, when you may well have some credit card applications go to "pending" status instead of being instantly approved.
While of course it could go to pending for several different reasons, one of them is when the issuing bank can't match the new address you're applying from with the address you either have on file with them, or with the address in the credit report(s) they pull as part of your application. Update Your New Address for All Your Credit Card Accounts Promptly It can be easy to forget to do this if you receive all your statements electronically and are enrolled in Auto Pay, but don't forget to log into your Chase, American Express, Citi, Bank of America, Barclay's etc. By Updating Your Credit Card Addresses, Your Experian, Equifax and Transunion Credit Reports Are Also Updated Assuming you have some personal credit cards and have updated your accounts with your new address, you don't actually have to contact the individual credit bureaus, as it will get updated from the account updates of your individual cards that get reported to the credit bureaus.
Does the collector have an obligation to update the reporting agency’s information?
In February of 2013, the District Court in the Southern District of Indiana in the case of Joshua Rogers v.