Report: #1503411

Complaint Review: Lexington Law Firm - N. Salt Lake Utah

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  • Lexington Law Firm N. Salt Lake, Utah United States

Lexington Law Firm Fraud? N. Salt Lake Utah

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I began receiving emails from Lexington Law Firm (LLF) shortly after signing up for one of the credit bureaus. I signed into LLF's website to learn more about their services, but that's it. I never purchased anything and certainly never gave them permission to contact my creditors or attempt to reduce my debt. Within a few months I began receiving emails updating me on the status of their activities on my behalf. Also received a bill for $75. All of this seems fraudulent to me. I believe in paying creditors as agreed, no more or less. 

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