What Happens if Im on a Bankruptcy Mailing List?

By: Dave Morgan

If information about you has found its way onto a bankruptcy mailing list it will be because you have filed for bankruptcy in the past. When you file for bankruptcy details about you will be made available to the public domain which in turn leads to this information being added to a bankruptcy list.

This is a requirement by law enabling any creditors that you are in debt to a timely warning and acknowledgment that you are filing for bankruptcy so there is absolutely nothing you can do about this situation. It is just unfortunately one of the many negative sides of having to go bankrupt.

If you have started receiving more junk mail than usual then this is a tell tale sign that your details have been sold on one of these lists. Because of the fact that multiple companies would have purchased your details it is not really worth your time trying to stop this mail reaching you as by the time you stop receiving mail from one company you will start receiving mail from another. If this is getting you down there is nothing much you can do apart from throwing it into the rubbish bin.

The types of companies that would have purchased the bankruptcy mailing list with your information on it will be interested in the fact that you have probably got financial and debt related issues that you need to work on and sort out. With this being the case the majority of these companies will be offering services such as debt management and counseling services.

At the end of the day being on a bankruptcy mailing list does not need to be a big deal in your life and as such you should not worry about it to much. If the mail your receiving is garbage then stick it in the bin with the rest of the garbage. Also, if you are in need of debt management or advice, some of this mail could actually be of use to you and save you time going out searching for companies that can offer what you need.

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