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04-08-2012 09:50 AM - last edited on 04-08-2012 11:50 AM by MarineVietVet
FYI... I signed up to LL on Dec 7 '11. Across all three bureaus I had a total of 28 baddies. As of today I'm left with 9 total baddies across all three bureaus. My score has increased about 100 points all three bureaus. I only chose to use them because my work schedule doesn't leave me much free time in addition to just being lazy. So my experience has been good with them so far. Mod Cut Oh, also all collections on my report were paid in full and over a few years old. I'm pretty sure that has contributed to my success with them. Other than being a little slow they have been phenomenal. Mod Cut
Hope this helps!
04-08-2012 09:52 AM - last edited on 04-08-2012 11:55 AM by MarineVietVet
I haven't used Lexington Law, but I currently use Skyblue. I don't leave it all in their hands though. I've done my research as well as made phone calls to the same companies that they're disputing. Just for the simple reason that I do not know what they're writing the creditors and most of the information I asked them to fix was information that I knew for a fact was incorrect or just out right old. They are by all means cheaper than Lexington Law and I have received phone calls and usually get a reply by email within 24 hours. I've used them for 2 months and they've gotten my scores increased from below 620 to where they are.
04-08-2012 11:54 AM
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