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You should have received a list of creditors paid through the trustees office to see if they are being paid.
Generally, creditors filing claims after the “bar date” may not be entitled to payment of their claims. The Trustee will object to the late-filed claims.
If your trustee has not stated or showed any payments to the company, your debt to them would have been discharged or released.
So the company should not deny you the right to use their services.
If they state that they will no longer service you because of the bankrutpcy filing you would have no choice except to threaten them with a lawsuit for bankruptcy discrimination, or use another provider.
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