How Long Do Public Records Stay On Credit Report



Most public records will stay on your credit report for a maximum of seven to 10 years. These are some of the most destructive items to have and they’ll cause you to have a low credit score. But, there is hope, seven to 10 years is the maximum. In other words, there is no minimum amount of time public records must stay on your credit report, and there’s been big changes implemented by all three credit bureaus on July 1st, 2017 regarding public record data information. For the full story check out an article at:

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