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Complaint Review: Lexington Law firm, Credit repair

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  • Submitted: Thu, January 20, 2011
  • Updated: Sun, March 06, 2011

  • Reported By: ZackB — San Francisco California USA
Lexington Law firm, Credit repair
PO Box 510290 Salt Lake City, Utah Internet United States of America

Lexington Law firm, Credit repair Credit Repair Specialists, Lexington Law LEXINTON LAW, Credit Repair at its worst, worthless and rude , Internet

*Consumer Comment: Regarding Collection

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JUST AN FYI-The FACT IS even ifLexington Lawcompany removes a negative report on your credit, it WILL pop right back up once the collection agency salesyour debtto another vendor. and remember. Even if they remove a bankruptcy or reposession,It is still a federal....yes, Federal offense to lie on your credit application saying that one never took place. And I found online that they do prosecute a lot for this kind of thing. with that said...let me explain.

I just got off the phone with Lexington Law @ 2:26.pm (west coast time) Let's just say they are the most rude, un-reliable pieces of you know what ever.

I just spoke with a lady in terms of enrolling in their credit repair program. She was nice and informative the first 10 mins. or so and then everything completely changed. I asked her specifically if Lexington Law "attorneys" are licensed in the state of California. (they claim they have 22 lawyers in 16 states...what about the other 34 states) she refused to answer my question. I told her I was ripped of with Freedom Debt Relief over a year ago because the CA attorney general discovered they were not licensed in CA and we sued in the millions and shut down here.

I then proceeded to tell her I wanted to discuss the matter further with my lawyer and a relative. Her reply was exactly "like your relative knows anything about us and what is your lawyer gonna do?"

I replied "for starters if your licensed in CA and have lawyers hereand you screw me over, I'm gonnahold you accountable and take legal action" She then paused and breathed harder into the phone cause she just wanted my money and was asking questions she knew she could not answer. She said she

"I cannot answer any of your questions and I don't wanna argue. I think its lame that you want to ask your relative and lawyer regarding our services."

The funny thing is...I told her I was NOT going to sign up today and just wanted some information. Then she flipped a 180 degrees and became rude and appualing.

THE POINT IS: DO NOT USE LEXINGTON LAW the only thing they want is money. The FACT IS even if they remove a negative report on your credit, it WILL pop right back up once the collection agency sales it to another vendor. and remember. Even if they remove a bankruptcy. It is still a federal....yes, federal offense to lie on your credit application saying that one never took place.


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#1 Consumer Comment

Regarding Collection

AUTHOR: mustanglvr2006 - (United States of America)

All I want to comment about is the reference you made about a collection popping back up even if Lexington has it removed.

How is that their fault? They had it removed and then the collection agency sold the acct. to another collection agency and they re-listed on your reports, that has nothing to do with Lexington.

Was the collection a valid collection against you or was it an inaccuracy on your report?

If it was a collection that you actually owed you should have settled with them and at least it would have reflected on your reports as "Paid in full or for less than amount owed" and would have come off your report(s) two years after the date you made your final payment, not the full 7- 7.5 years it would have sat on your reports otherwise.

I had a collection on my reports that I felt was not even mine and at the time I decided to start repairing my credit (June of 2010) I had no idea about Lexington......so I contacted the collection agency and agreed to a settlement, I was SURE to receive in writing a hard copy (letter) from the collection agency that after the settlement amount we agreed to, the listing on my reports would reflect "PAID IN FULL/OR FOR LESS THAN AMOUNT OWED" I payed the 200 after I received the letter and my reports reflected the new trade line.

Then in Dec 2010 I found Lexington and hired them, within 8 days of hiring them (I had only paid the 9.99 enrollment fee at that time) they were able to have that paid collection permanently removed from my reports.

The collection agency can not sell my account to another collection agency because of the letter I received from them stating after my payment of 200 this account is paid in full and settled/closed!

And even if they did sell the account to another collection agency and they re-listed it on my reports all I would have to do is send the letter to whichever bureaus the collection is on, the bureau would have to remove it as then it would be inaccurate info.

Best of luck to you, I hope you get everything straightened out.
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