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I know this will get removed, but Lexington law is a waste of money. Literally all they did was lower my credit score. They send out 3 letters a month,  to each agency for over $100. I have no confidence they watch reporting deadlines. I have no confidence in what they do. 

 

 

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We happen to agree. We're beginning the process of removing Lexington advertisements from our site and some of the articles we've written in the past. It will take a while, but we're reviewing all of the credit repair companies to see if any of them measure up. 

Happy to read others comments and reviews of Lexington and other credit repair companies.  

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My brother used Lexington Law with "results", but it took a long damned time to see them. He eventually got his credit good enough to buy a house and ditched them. But when I used them, it wasn't even a whole month in before I demanded my money back and told them to kiss my rear end. All they seemingly do is send out repeated dispute letters, which ultimately will just be ignored as frivolous.

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That would be good. I used them because I thought you all endorsed them. They were awful. I think i might file a complaint with the feds they were so bad. I have no confidence in them. When you complain, all they tell you is platitudes. You never get in tough with anyone who sounds like they know what's going on. 

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On 6/24/2021 at 11:00 AM, Indy17 said:

@CreditInfoAdmin

 

That would be good. I used them because I thought you all endorsed them. They were awful. I think i might file a complaint with the feds they were so bad. I have no confidence in them. When you complain, all they tell you is platitudes. You never get in tough with anyone who sounds like they know what's going on. 

We did endorse them. Heavily. It's a good thing to admit mistakes, though. Too many of our community quietly mentioned they weren't getting results. And it's not just Lexington who is at fault. Most of the credit repair shops are using old, outdated strategies. The credit bureaus, creditors, and collectors have become hardened to this nonsensical, legalistic dispute process. It just doesn't work very well. A new approach is needed.

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Beware of "getyour720", if they are still around, too. They do just about the same thing Lexington Law does, but for a "one time" $99 payment. Essentially they do nothing, just like Lexington Law, but you might get lucky as they may charge $100 instead of $99, and when you raise hell they will give you the entire $100 back.

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On 6/30/2021 at 1:44 PM, CreditInfoAdmin said:

We did endorse them. Heavily. It's a good thing to admit mistakes, though. Too many of our community quietly mentioned they weren't getting results. And it's not just Lexington who is at fault. Most of the credit repair shops are using old, outdated strategies. The credit bureaus, creditors, and collectors have become hardened to this nonsensical, legalistic dispute process. It just doesn't work very well. A new approach is needed.

That's good to know I guess. 

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