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credit bureausThe bankruptcy code does not require that you reaffirm, or sign an agreement to continue to be personally responsible for the payments on your mortgage. As long as you continue to pay the house notes they cannot foreclose.  However, most mortgage companies will not report your payments to the credit bureaus if you did not sign a reaffirmation agreement. So it is important to know that it is still possible to get your payments included on your credit reports.

  1. Request a payment history from your mortgage company. (The mortgage company is required by law to provide one every year free of charge.)
  2. Send a letter to the three credit bureaus – TransUnion, Equifax, and Experian,  and dispute the fact that your mortgage payments do not show up or that you have not paid your mortgage payments and attach a copy of the payment history you obtained from the mortgage company.
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