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has anyone used lexington law

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I have used lexington law. I quit them for another company though because it was to expensive for me. For 100$ they removed about 6 negs from credit reports within the first month. I had them only 1 month though.

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WHO DID YOU USE INSTEAD

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The only thing they did for me was take my money..... They were of no help. They cannot remove negitive items from your credit report if they are true. I would look them up or any other company up that claims that they can improve your credit with the Better Business....

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AVOID!!!!!

I also have had terrible experiences with these folks. I worked with them for 4 months with no effect. It was a waste of money. At the end, they put my accounts into dispute for identity theft which is just inaccurate and now I have had to spend my day calling creditors and agencies to have this information removed. I highly recommend against using them. It's a waste of money. Find a different professional service.

I hardly ever publicly comment on service. But this is a service as close to a scam as I have ever seen. Avoid them. 

Credit Karma you need to evaluate this recommended service provider. If you cannot find people who are doing a good job for your user base, you shouldn't keep them as a partner.

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