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So sorry to hear of this dilemma. If my answer is not clear to you, please ask me for clarification by using the reply button.You should not have any contact with the creditor at all. Typically your bankruptcy would discharge any unsecured debt that you may have including a judgment.
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So your answer is that I should not have any contact with the creditor?? is that right and should not fill out this questionnaire??
I am just curious as to why they are asking me to fill out this questionnaire. Sounds like they have a hidden agenda?? If so what coul dthat Be?
yes -- you should not fill out any questionnaire unless your attorney specifically advises you to do so. Completing the questionnaire and/or having discussions with the creditor prior to filing bankruptcy cannot have a positive impact.
They want you to fill out the questionnaire to see if there is a discrepancy with the information filed by your attorney in the bankruptcy.
okay thank-you :)
they will try to use the questionnaire to discredit you
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