What will my credit score be after chapter 7

Chapter 7 will hurt your score. Read on to learn just how bad.

People love us on YelpFeatured in The Huffington PostAngies List GRADE AFICO Pro CertifiedFeatured in ForbesFeatured in ABC News

The average credit score after chapter 7 depends where you start. According to a FICO report, someone with pristine credit (780) would lose about 240 points. But someone with modest credit (680) would lose about 150 points. The higher the score before, the larger the drop after.

We recommend 5 steps to improve your credit score after chapter 7:

  1. Open two credit builder cards (payment history is 35% of your score)
  2. Open one credit builder loan (credit mix is 10% of your score)
  3. Find a friend or family member to add you to their old credit card(s)
  4. Find a friend or family member willing to co-sign for a home, apartment, or car
  5. Dispute the accounts for validity and accuracy

Get Your Bankruptcy Removed Professionally

In some cases, we recommend speaking with a Credit Repair professional to analyze your credit report. It's so much less stress, hassle, and time to let professionals identify the reasons for your score drop.

If you're looking for a reputable company to increase your credit score, we recommend Credit Glory. Call them on (866-718-6029) or setup a consultation with them. They also happen to have incredible customer service.

Remove Your Bankruptcy, Today!

Schedule FREE ConsultationCall 866-718-6029

Remove Your Bankrupcty, Today!

Schedule My FREE ConsultationCall 866-718-6029
Norton Secured. Powered by Verisign.
We accept VISAWe accept MasterCardWe accept American ExpressWe accept the crypto NANOWe accept the crypto MoneroWe accept the crypto BitcoinWe accept the crypto LitecoinWe accept the crypto Litecoin