Get a copy online of all three credit reports. They have a page once you do this to "dispute" a reporting on the credit report. Go through their dispute process, they have 30 days by law to confirm the negative report. If they can't confirm it, or the get no response from the creditor it must be deleted.
If this doesn't work, send them all a copy of the bankrutpcy dismissal action and request the bankruptcy be removed.
It may be they are reporting that you filed bankruptcy only, which is true. Look closely at what it is showing on the report.
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