- Report: #1141978
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Complaint Review: Lexington Law Firm
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Lexington Law Firm Fraud Nationwide
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If you get duped into this "Law Firm" for credit repair then you should go to your bank and cancel your bank account and or credit cards depending on what you used to sign up.
DO NOT sign up period.
They use alias names and fake extension numbers.
Their fallback if you try to cancel is an automated response system that says due to an unpredictably
high call volume they cannot answer and to leave a message that no one will ever here.
No one can help you so they transfer you 3 times before sending you to that automated system.
The fact that the FTC is not involved on this case blows my mind.
Stay away and either repair your credit yourself or pay a trusted friend to do it (or see bottom link.)
If they never get caught on fraud then I am in the wrong industry.
They wasted my time, money, and cell phone minutes (lots of them when I tried to cancel my account.)
I am still receiving txt msgs from them....
They remind me of a virus making more money than a con artist selling a $4.5m Lamborghini Veneno Roadster to a blind man.
Lexington Law - Claims they don't send people to collection services either. Hrmm - That's because they are not even qualified enough to be accredited by the bbb (better business bureau.) That's weird...STAY AWAY!
Check out this for accurate information: http://www.credit.com/credit-reports/the-truth-about-credit-repair/
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 04/26/2014 02:30 PM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/Lexington-Law-Firm/nationwide/Lexington-Law-Firm-Fraud-Nationwide-1141978. The posting time indicated is Arizona local time. Arizona does not observe daylight savings so the post time may be Mountain or Pacific depending on the time of year.
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