Lexington Law and CreditRepair.com Get Exposed

Back in 2019, the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) filed suit against PGX Holdings, Progrexion Marketing, Progrexion Teleservices, eFolks, CreditRepair.com, Lexington Law, and John Heath. I’ve kept an eye on the case against the credit repair operations but much of it has occurred behind closed doors under sealed documents. But we now have a public … Read more

How Do I Go After Lexington Law for What They Did?


Question: Dear Steve, My financial standing was destroyed by Lexington Law Firm beginning in August of 2017. They were to repair my credit history by dealing with some student loans and Bill Me Later(Pay Pal Credit). I approved the trial price of $14.99 using my debit card and personal account with US BANK. I also … Read more

Lexington Law Still Being Sued by the CFPB

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In 2019 the Consumer Finacial Protection Bureau (CFPB) sued the popular credit repair company, Lexington Law. I don’t want to rehash the complaint again but you can read all the details on the original complaint filed by the CFPB, here. Let’s see if I can summarize it in the fewest number of words: CFPB claims … Read more

I Want to Join in Lawsuit Against Lexington Law

Question: Dear Steve, Looking for someone to help me with the lawsuit against Lexington law I’m a client I heard through the grapevine that they are getting sued for in practices. My name is [X] I chosen Lexington law to help me with my credit score seems like I heard through the grapevine that they … Read more

CFPB Sues Lexington Law – KBLAM!

The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (Bureau) today filed a complaint against PGX Holdings Inc. and subsidiaries Progrexion Marketing Inc., Progrexion Teleservices Inc., eFolks LLC, and CreditRepair.com Inc.; and against John C. Heath, Attorney at Law PLLC, which does business as Lexington Law. The lawsuit, filed in U.S. district court in Utah, alleges the defendants violated … Read more

Pressure Continues to be Applied Against Lexington Law in Suits

Lexington Law has been a recognizable name in the credit repair business for some time. But it appears debt collectors are ramping up pressure on the company in a number of suits. On May 21, 2018, Ad Astra Recovery Services filed suit against a host of Lexington Law related entities including John C. Heath Attorney … Read more

What is Your Take About National Debt Relief and Lexington Law to Rebuild My Credit?

Question: Dear Steve, I had an uncontrollable problem with not understanding how important having credit was. I would spend and only make the minimum payments on credit cards and student loan, that I co-signed for my daughter. Then when things got really bad I turned to payday loans and a car title loan. I begin … Read more

Lexington Law Responds to the Significant Shift in Credit Reporting

Salt Lake City, UT (PRWEB) March 16, 2015 Lexington Law, a consumer advocacy law firm and trusted leader in credit report repair, responds in favor to the agreement announced on Monday by Equifax, Experian and TransUnion, to adopt major changes that aim to improve consumers’ credit scores. Among other things, the agreement addresses late medical-bill … Read more

Lexington Law – Consumer Complaint – March 18, 2013

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 … Read more

Should I Keep Paying Lexington Law Firm to Repair My Credit?

“Dear Steve, Ok, I guess I’ve been in the acceptance stage for a couple of months now but still feel overwhelmed in tackling my debt despite having done a lot of research. First, I am paying Lexington $80 per month to clean up my credit report. I have seen some improvement to my credit score … Read more

I’ve Paid Lexington Law for Help With the Student Loans on My Credit Report. – Iman

“Dear Steve, Hi, I have a low credit score and I truly can’t figure out what i can do to fix it. I’ve paid for Lexington Law but my case isn’t really about collections or wrong information. I have student loans that are reporting individually and they defaulted so that’s the negative. I’ve since consolidated … Read more