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jenna in Chicago, Illinois

62 months ago

Can a personal banker who decides to file bankruptcy in danger of losing their job?

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Mary inTampa in Tampa, Florida

62 months ago

The only person who really needs to know about your (or someone else's) bankruptcy is your attorney. You do not have to tell anyone. So if you have a job, and you don't tell anyone, then no one will know. However, if you are looking for a job, and they do a credit check, then you can be refused a job for credit reasons.

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jenna in Chicago, Illinois

62 months ago

Mary inTampa in Tampa, Florida said: The only person who really needs to know about your (or someone else's) bankruptcy is your attorney. You do not have to tell anyone. So if you have a job, and you don't tell anyone, then no one will know. However, if you are looking for a job, and they do a credit check, then you can be refused a job for credit reasons.

Thanks for the response. I'm just not sure because when you become a personal banker you have to go through the licensing process and they inquire if you ever have filed or consolidated bills. Your being registered with the SEC and the state for investment licenses so Im not sure if they can revoke or suspend them if you file after the fact.

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