Every time you post about this it gets worse. Unstarted business?? Estimated income you hoped to earn??? Law enforcement would call these material lies on a credit application used to mislead and induce the lender. Yes, you should be worried.
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The answers to your prior post apply. Fraud is extremely difficult to prove and costly. But no attorney can guarantee that a creditor won't try. You should definitely not try to file bankruptcy without an.attorney.
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