How Public Records End Up on a Credit Report
- May 16, 2016
- Posted by: Joel Firestone (G-Net Consulting)
- Category: News
There are three kinds of public records that can appear on credit reports: Bankruptcy Chapter 13 and Chapter 7, state and federal tax liens and civil judgments. However unlike creditors who are data furnishers like credit cards, mortgage companies, etc., courts do not, in most cases, actually furnish the information directly to the credit bureaus.