10/14/13, 7:07 pm
We filed bankruptcy 2 years ago and reaffirmed our mortgage however our mortgage company says it was discharged during bankruptcy and that's how it is listed on my credit report. They say there is nothing they can do about it. In the mean time the $40,000 in payments don't show on my credit. Please help.
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Jason Kotlyarov Says:

May 22,2016 3:07 PM

There are two things you need to do in this situation. First, contact your bankruptcy attorney and confirm that your reaffirmation agreement was properly executed and filed with the court. I am going to go on the assumption that it was properly executed and filed. You may be looking into filing an adversary proceeding or have a claim against the mortgage company under consumer protection laws. I am not a consumer protection attorney but I highly advise you to speak with one as soon as you possibly can.

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