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Once a credit card (unsecured or secured) is filed for bankruptcy And

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Once a credit card (unsecured or secured) is filed for bankruptcy
And has been accepted by the court am I still liable for that debt?
A credit card collector says I am
Submitted: 3 years ago.
Category: Bankruptcy Law
Expert:  WALLSTREETESQ replied 3 years ago.


You are not liable for any debts listed in your bankruptcy that was discharged by the Court,


the creditor who is claiming you owe them is in violation of the law if he tries to collect or lies to you, stating you owe the debt.