Complaint Review: Lexington Law
Lexington Law Lexington Law...Beware of the snare!!!! Once they have you you will never be free!!! Internet
Lexington Law is a rip-off. I contacted this firm to help me re-build my credit after a divorce and have found that they intentionall mislead you to think that their services are fairly priced and easy to discontinue. That is not the case.
First, I thought I was paying $99.95 to have my credit repaired. The fees are $99.95 A MONTH!!
So, after seeing that they had deducted an addtional $99.95 I cancelled my services (2 days after the funds were taken out) and was informed that an additional $99.95 would be billed next month! However, since I cancelled, I have no access to my account information...and cannot see any actions that are taken on my behalf. So, my question is: why am I being billed an addtional $99.95?
I called their representative and got a merrry chase about they only bill after services are rendered. Okay, I get that...so, I cancelled 2 days after that months services were rendered...why am I being billed for an addtional month of services when no services will be performed?
Buyer beware! First, I thought the services were reasonable. They ended up being far more expensive and difficult to cancel! Also, I frankly haven't seen any real positive results.
Be more careful than I was and don't get taken advantage of!
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