Does anyone have information or has used Lexington Law Credit repair services?

Need to repair my "undesirable" credit for a future mortgage loan and are considering there services. Any suggestions please.

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  • 1 decade ago
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    I did and after reading this article http://www.adviceontime.com/Credit%20Repair%20Comp... i decided to go for it. It was the best thing ever, no contracts, its cheap and it worked for me.

  • 3 years ago

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  • 3 years ago

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  • 1 decade ago

    Lexington law is a sub company of ASG. The people selling you the Lexington law packages do not work for Lexington Law they work for a teleservices contracted out by Lexington Law. Lexington Law is a member of the BBB but chances are that the call center that is hired by them to sell the service is not very great. They may tell you that they do not have a contract but have you agree to a retainer agreement which is a contract. They might have you agree to said contract without having you read it or having it read to you. Beware of this company and any other company related to ASG.

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  • 1 decade ago

    I worked with Lexington Law, and I don't recommend it. They charge you a monthly fee, so they take their sweet time in getting the work done. I got fed up with them and canceled. A friend referred me to Unified Credit Services -http://www.unifiedcreditservices.com - and they were a million times better. They don't charge monthly fees, just per item, so they get the job done quickly. I've been working with them for about 2 months, and more than half of my items have been cleaned off.

    Definitely stay away from Lexington and go with Unified.

    • MARK4 years agoReport

      Package #1: 1-5 items -- $150 per item/?!!.. your getting screwed with that deal!!

  • 5 years ago

    You need to check out this video on how to increase your credit score by using a 100% legal loophole. Here is the video URL: http://www.creditscoresecret.org

    I was able to get to 595 from 489 in just one day and from 489 to 748 in just a few week; that's pretty fast in my book. Good luck!

  • 4 years ago

    i think most credit repair companies charge monthly! and most send out dispute letters and it takes 30-45 days for the bureaus to respond! In most cases credit repair takes 6 months to a year depending on your situation..

    and if it was that to do it yourself these repair firms wouldnt be in business!!

  • Karen
    Lv 4
    4 years ago

    For the best answers, search on this site https://shorturl.im/xi0vn

    i used this company. i was with them about six months. to tell you the truth i did not see any different on my credit report. i spoke with a worker in the office when i signed up. i did not recieve any information in the mail , and i wasnt called to let me know if ther were any changes on my credit report. you have to have a checking accout so that they can take it out of your acccount every month. no coummuication at all with this company. i would not use this company again.

  • Tedi
    Lv 6
    3 years ago

    For Finance and credit solutions I always recommend this site where you can find all the solutions. http://INSURANCEANDFINANCETIPS.INFO/index.html?src...

    RE :Does anyone have information or has used Lexington Law Credit repair services?

    Need to repair my "undesirable" credit for a future mortgage loan and are considering there services. Any suggestions please.

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    Source(s): For Finance and credit solutions I always recommend this site where you can find all the solutions. http://INSURANCEANDFINANCETIPS.INFO/index.html?src...
  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    They rock! They charge you monthly so you can cancel once your credit is fixed. They work fast and they are the largest in the nation. They ONLY do credit repair services, nothing else.

    Here's a link to them if you don't have one:

    http://www.lexingtonlaw.com/?tid=1312.0.300

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