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I recently worked here and have saw the inner-workings of lexington law "firm". I am distressed at how this company is rated #1 in credit repair, and really treat all of its clients like SH!T. This company does not hold up it's end of the bargain, which is "to do the work!" Instead, they are phrase quoting, money snatching, obsolete pieces of sh!ts! They do not live the values that they claim to have which is "Team", "Innovation" "Integrity" and "Pride". Maybe I'm wrong about the pride part, because pride ... goes before destruction, and lexington law have that type of pride. With over 5 million clients, and no ongoing action to fight for their clients' credit, this company should already be out of business. It is very detrimental for each individual who pay for their services, especially when they stand in ignorance. lexington law firm should have sued experian when they found out that experian was throwing away letters of dispute. How about that wasted $99.95 month after month. With just $10 - $15 per month, and a little reading, anyone can fight for their credit stronger than lexington law firm ever would. I truly feel super sorry for the employees that are still working there, they are mis-informed by the training material that guides them to continually give a pitch to each client that calls in, telling them how lexington are continuing to work on their their case. If you pay close attention to equifax, experian, and transunion, shortly after lexington sends out the electronic dispute (WHICH IS NEVER A GOOD WAY TO DISPUTE NEGATIVE ITEMS), you will notice that equifax, and the others, claims to have already investigated the item and resolved the matter, usually two to three days right after they receive the dispute letter. But lexington law tells you that they dispute process takes "30 to 60 days," which is false information. Not only are they taking the fee for the one month, but also taking the fee for second month of just waiting. Too, man o man! They also dispute the equifax and the transuion reporting items with letters a 2 year old would write. A little bit about me, when I work somewhere, my knowledge don't just stop at the walls of the company training. I even seek out external sources to try to be the best on the job. I was fired from lexington law firm for helping those who were continually being fooled to keep the services. I truly hope that I helped those who couldn't help themselves because of their own lack of knowledge in the credit repair realm. I am so happy that I'm not working there anymore though because I was on the verge of losing my mind, knowing that I was being literally forced to follow suit with the ignorant paralegals, suckering the client base to keep the services. If you have services with these jokers, or are considering signing up with them, please, save your money, protect your pocket book from these deceivers. What I regret most working at lexington law is to have ever suckered anyone into keeping their services, because of my lack of knowledge during my first months there. More Less

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I've been Lexington since March 18th 2016 and I've already had 4 items removed from Transunion. And it's now April 9th, 2016. I know results vary but I'm happy with my results so far

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Love this place and their excellent service. They are so professional and so serious about fixing your credit report no matter what. I am impressed with how they work on deletions and how they don't stop until they do get deletions. I could try to do this myself, and I have, but I can guarantee you that I would never do it as good as they do!

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Really like how this company has helped me raise my credit score from the 600s to the 700s, which led to me getting a really good interest rate on a car loan. This all started by them removing a bunch of junk that shouldn't have ever been on my credit report in the first place. Thanks Lexington Law!

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I never thought I had so much extra stuff that didn't belong on my credit as I do, but I do. They have removed a whopping 27 items, and they still have 15 to go. It will be nice to have all of that stuff off of there so I can fill it with lots of good credit marks.

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This company specializes in their letter of deletion, which gets things deleted from your credit report. I had plenty of things that needed to be deleted, so I was happy about this function. I am also happy that my credit score has risen by 40 points so far--in 2 month's time.

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I'm not so sure about this company. I was billed nearly 100 a month, but I'm not sure that I got 100 a month in services. I often felt like I was doing a lot of the work. In all fairness, my credit score has risen. Not by a lot, but it has gone up some.

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Since 1991, Lexington Law has taken an aggressive approach to removing inaccurate credit report items. Like other reputable credit repair firms, Lexington Law provides its legal and financial know-how along with the willingness to devote hours, days or even months to the tasks associated with cleaning up inaccurate credit report items. Unlike many credit repair agencies, Lexington Law is staffed by licensed attorneys. All customers pay an initial fee of $99.99. Afterwards, there are three levels of service with accompanying monthly fees: Regular for $59.99, Concord Standard ... for $79.99 which includes a more hands-on set of credit monitoring services, and Concord Premium for $99.99 which includes monthly credit monitoring. The Lexington Law website also includes educational information made available to anyone who lands on the website. Unlike disreputable firms that guarantee results that they frequently cannot deliver, Lexington Law clearly states what their firm can and cannot accomplish. You could do almost everything that Lexington Law does – if you had the time and determination, which many people lack. More Less

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I have only been with Lexington since September, 2009, already I have seen positive results. I am kept aware of all that is going on with my case, they are so helpful in answering questions. I feel very confident in Lexington Law Firm, they are very good in keeping in contact, and walking with you every step of the way. I am already seeing results. They are very professional, my experience with them has been very gratifying. I am very happy with this firm, and feel very positive in a ... good outcome. More Less

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Run away from this place. I don't usually write reviews but if i can save you time and money I will be glad to tell you they will take your money and not perform as they say they will. as a matter of fact I bankrupted in Nov. 2012 and one of my bills went on my credit as a collection after I filed Feb. 2013 I called Lexington law to have them fix my credit well here it is Happy New Year Jan. 23 2014 and they just sent ... a dispute to the collection agency on Jan. 7 2014 what a crock of sh** they say they are fixing things but I haven't seen it for 5 months. More Less

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Lexington Law is one of many firms specializing in the process of removing inaccurate entries from your credit report. The firm has been in the business for 15 years and served thousands of customers.

Credit repair firms essentially have two areas of competency:

1. Removing inaccurate credit report remarks

2. Credit building consultation

The main weapon in their fight to remove negative credit report remarks is the "Letter of Deletion". A letter of deletion is a written or electronic request sent to the major credit bureaus (Transunion, Equifax, and Experian) to remove ... inaccurate marks from your credit report.

A major thing to keep in mind here is that there are no guarantees and no one can remove accurate and timely negative information from a credit report legally. The law allows you to ask for an investigation of information in your file that you dispute as inaccurate or incomplete. There is no charge for doing this on your own. If you paid the accounts in full and as agreed, then you can try to get them removed.

Attempting to remove negative information is a reactive strategy. The proactive one is focusing on building credit (and reducing debt). A good credit repair firm will help you develop a strategy to proactively rebuild your credit. This is not a quick fix but there are definitely strategies that will help speed up the process.

There are some unscrupulous characters in the industry and you will want to try and find a firm with licensed legal staff that is registered with their Attorney General. Thankfully, Lexington Law has both.

They make great use of technology to improve the customer experience. From their website, phone or email applications, you can be connected to your case 24 hours a day. This makes it easy to see if the problem has been fixed right away or not.

They also recognize that every credit situation is going to be different, which is why they come up with personalized plans of action for each and every one of their customers.

Keep in mind, there is nothing any credit repair organization can legally do for you — including removing inaccurate credit information — which you can't do for yourself, for free. However, many consumers decide that it is worth paying an organization to take care of these matters.
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TERRIBLE. Them and creditrepair.com are the same people and they didnt do as promised. My credit is my fault, but they didnt help and they took my money.

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