How to Rebuild your Credit after Bankruptcy

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Is it possible to rebuild a good credit standing after bankruptcy? The answer is an emphatic yes! Filing for bankruptcy does not mean you will never be granted credit or given a loan again. It all boils down to doing the right things to rebuild your credit after a bankruptcy.

Rebuilding your credit means having to re-establish your standing before the credit bureaus. To do so, you have to show yourself to be prompt and faithful in paying your dues. There is practically no way for an individual by himself to deal with credit bureaus and because of that, you need to go through an intermediary like a credit card company. Credit card companies submit regular reports on their clients to the credit bureaus.

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