Hi, I'd like to assist you with your bankruptcy questions this morning.
Unfortunately, even if one's Bankruptcy is dismissed without being discharged, and regardless of the reason the Bankruptcy was dismissed, it is not possible, a Bankruptcy remains on one's credit report for 10 yue
I apologize for the earlier confusion; it appears two experts were trying to answer your question simultaneously, so I don't know whether you can view the answer above.
Unfortunately, the answer to your question is no, the bankruptcy filing will be listed on your credit report for up to 10 years. On the plus side, the mere fact that you filed will have little to no impact on your actual credit score after 2-3 years of rebuilding your credit.
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