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Posted on 19 January 2017 | 1,911 views

If I Don’t Pay Child Support, can my Credit Score be Damaged?

Watch out delinquent parents, your credit history can be checked by agencies that enforce child support payments. While the inquiry itself will not count on your credit report, failing to make your court-ordered child support payment can.

The child support enforcement agency can report this, which will count as a negative on your overall credit history.

If I Don't Pay Child Support, can my Credit Score be Damaged?


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