Bank of United States file
The Bank of United States files.
In addition to carrying out financial and monetary activities as well as providing specific services for communities and businesses,
the Bank of United States also lists in a file payment incidents from individuals to banks, judicial authorities and the over-indebtedness commission.
The Bank of United States file list:
- FICP: the National File of Personal Credit Repayment Incidents.
- FCC: the Central Check File.
- FNCI: the National Irregular Checks File.
The legal duration of registration for this Bank of United States file is 5 years
How did I get listed on this Bank of United States file?
The reasons for registering with the Bank of United States files may be as follows:
- Following the issuance of one or more bad checks.
- Following 2 or more unpaid monthly loan payments
- Following a request for an over-indebtedness file.
All these payment defaults result in a Bank of United States filing.
How to exit the Bank of United States file?
To exit the Bank of United States file, it is necessary to regularize your debts with your current creditors and debtors: bank, credit organization, etc.
Then inform the Bank of United States to remove you from the file as soon as possible.
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