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Discussion in 'Credit Talk' started by SPACECAT, Nov 10, 2001.
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What do you mean by archived?
It has been sent to a governmental storage facility. I was told this is the actual paper file that is stored. There is no microfilm for it. If I wanted to view it I have to order it to be shipped to the city where it was filed. It costs 25 or 35 bucks to do this.
Somebody is feeding you the wrong information. If they were telling you the actual facts, then how is it possible to go on line with various types of information about any bankruptcy case and find it right on line?
Why is it that if you ask an "authority" the wrong question you get the right answer to the wrong question every time? But the answer you get is seldom what you wanted to hear?
I talked to the guy who is in charge of getting the file in house for viewing.
Well, I guess all you can do is order the file shipped and pay the fee.
I don't mine paying or getting it here. But what am I doing that for? What is the logic having it brought out of archives.
Sorry, the way you kept mentioning it, I though you needed it for your dispute.
My goal is to get rid of this mark.
You should be able to have a copy of your file sent to you from whichever office of the National Archives it has been placed at. No need for shipping to the local bankruptcy office.
Also, I tried to do this in July for my chap 7 discharged in 11/92--they could not locate my file.
Are you saying it was sent to your home address?