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Any luck with credit repair companies removing paid collections??? thanks
I am wondering if anyone has had luck with Lexington law or any other company removing paid collections from their report. Is this even possible? My pay to delete letters didn't work on the few I tried. I do not have any other collections besides old DR. bills. But my score is still low. Thanks in advance

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anyone at all?

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Paid Collections removed...

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Hey SStacy19,

My wife and I use LexingtonLaw Firm and I actually work for them now.

I know they removed 2,017,882 collections in 2012, paid and unpaid: https://www.lexingtonlaw.com/credit-education/collections.html?linkid=collections

I know they contact the original creditor to have them remove the collections and that's very effective.

Check out Lexingtonlaw.com for details and fees.

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