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Complaint Review: Lexington Law
Lexington Law All Paralegals, Deceptive, Deceitful, trying to keep you in an endless loop of paying by claiming, no matter that they say you may cancel at anytime, that you owe them backpay for work they have done....like they try to ask you to pay the over and over for the work they have done in the past. And especially as they claim to be a law firm that is clearing up your debt from the past, think of what they could try to do to your credit, having access to submitting fraudulent charges since that is what they deal with everyday themselves. Salt Lake City Utah
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I was in the process of looking to buy a house/condo at the end of 2013. One of the finance companies transferred me over to Lexington Law as part of the "financing" process. First Deception there. When I agreed to talk with Lexington Law, they told me all this stuff about how they would give me time to decide etc.etc.....then they charge you $99 a month, then after a few months $59 a month, all the while milking the last item more and more hoping to stall and stretch the time that they will claim that you owe them money. They are like what the mormans are famous for, talking in loops and circles so that they can try to create a hedge between you and the truth actually is....Truth is everytime I tried to cancel with them they always said that I owed them money for what they had already done (guess the money that I always paid in advance never counted! So finally the guy says, "you agreed on the 19th of Dec. and we were working since that time." Then I told him, "No, I told them specifically I didn't want them to start any work until the first of the year because of the Christmas holidays and the "paralegal" I spoke to told me specifically that the work would not begin until after I had asked in Jan if I would agreee now. But now that I am 6 months down the road they are still going back to that date of the 19th of Dec. They tell you things directly contradictory to what they say later is written in the fine details unbeknownst to me they do that with everyone and the reason they are so dangerous once you get involved with them is that the same capability they have to help they have to hurt you....here you are allowing them to fend of your attackers with a club, but once you are in "their club" they will club you back if you don't do everything you say....and dare I say that that may mean putting a credit accusation against them? When can you ever get free of them...I suppose if you put something in writing 30 days out and say this is to do no work for them but only for back pay, that they would be bound to loose you, but they keep dangling over your head that last credit item...and the calls, the calls, the calls......the emails the emails the emails.....the are experts in arguing and negative brainstorming....they will try to make you feel guilty and try to ruin your day by the stress and worry and constant barage of words and trouble and subliminal doubts and fears. Beware! Beware! Warning! Warning!Beware of Lexington Law Firm!
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