Most people who file for bankruptcy relief start getting offers of new credit shortly after filing and even some times while they are still in the bankruptcy process. However, offers of credit are given at the discretion of potential creditors and your credit is still dependent upon the choices that you make going forward. Therefore, the firm cannot guarantee when new offers of credit will come to you. By completing the bankruptcy process and continuing to make good credit choices (paying your other bills on time, maintaining low balances on remaining accounts, etc.), the odds that you will receive new credit offers with more favorable terms continues to increase.
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- How do I cancel a payment?
- What happens with my credit card debt (or any unsecured debt) upon bankruptcy discharge?
- What will happen to my credit score?
- Will I get financing and access to credit after filing bankruptcy?
- What is my remaining balance on my payment plan? What are the next steps after paying my fees in full?
- Can I receive a receipt(s) for my payment transactions?
- How do I adjust my payment plan, or make a payment that was not scheduled?
- Can I process a payment through any other payment method other than a debit card?
- When is my case going to be filed? Can the filing start before my fees are paid in full?
- What are the next steps after I complete the payment plan?