This is an unfortunate situation,
if you were never given notice, you could hire a bankruptcy attorney to see if your debt was actually listed, if it was not, you can still bring legal action and sue them for the money owed,
Also, if you were not given notice, you could file a motion to give you time to file a proof of claim, and to reopen the bankruptcy, be aware, that it is best to have a bankruptcy attorney review the filing to see if there is any chance that you can recover any money by doing this.
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