Lexington Law Scam Reporter

Lexington Law – Consumer Complaint – March 18, 2013

Written by Consumer

Consumer Statement:

Lexington Law claimed they could legally remove charge-offs, 30 Days Late, and collections from my credit report. My charge-offs are all settlements, and the collection was supposed to be a pay-to-delete, so I thought it was a good chance they could.

They never told me they’d be sending out letters WITH MY NAME signed at the bottom NOT on their letterhead, addressed from MY ADDRESS.

I began getting letters back from creditors and the credit agencies saying that it was clear that I was using a credit repair service, and they were under no obligation to comply. One even said I was breaking the law by being frivilous.

Consumer Action Taken:

I simply immediately cancelled when I realized what was going on. By then they had taken three monthly payments from me.

Date This Problem Happened: January 15, 2013

State You Live in: Washington

Race/Ethnicity:

Age Range: 36-50

Total Amount of Fee Paid: $250

Company Name: Lexington Law

Company Address:

Company Telephone Number:

Website of Company: lexingtonlaw.com


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1 Comment

  • I’m Chris Livingston, a consumer protection lawyer, and this sounds very interesting. Until now, I was under the impression that Lexington Law operated within the letter of the Credit Repair Organizations Act, but this may change that opinion. I don’t know if I can help you or not, but you’re welcome to call 910 876 7001 and I’ll be glad to hear what happened.

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