bankruptcy report

Has your applicant ever filed for Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 bankruptcy?

CIVIL RECORD CHECKS

bankruptcy report

A Bankruptcy Report determines if your applicant has ever filed for Chapter 7 (i.e., a 10-year term) or Chapter 13 (i.e., a 7-year term) bankruptcy. The state searches these records requested using the applicant’s name and Social Security Number (SSN) as the primary identifiers.

A perfect use case would be an applicant who may have accounting (e.g., cash, assets, A/R, A/P, financials) responsibilities in their role.

Civil record checks show any claims, lawsuits, or judgments.
Three types of searches for more coverage.

what county civil
records show

what federal Civil
records show

what bankruptcy report records show

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