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Is Lexington Law Firm Worth the Money?

By on January 21, 2016

Question:

Dear Steve,

I was in the military young and on my own. I had a credit card that I maxed out quickly and a lot of personal loans taken out back then and a few payday loans now. I want to clean up my credit now to buy a house and start a business so I have been paying Lexington Law Firm to help with that.

Is Lexington Law Firm worth the money?

Sharieka

Answer:

Dear Sharieka,

Wow, that’s a loaded question. It really depends on if you want to do the work yourself or hire someone to do it for you.

If you would rather pay someone else to do the work so you can spend your time dealing with other things, that’s your choice.

If you wanted to look at what you can do to rebuild and improve your credit, read The Get Out of Debt Guy Free and Easy Credit Repair Guide, and How to Easily Rebuild Your Credit and Have Good Credit Again.

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