04-08-2009 04:33 PM
Has anyone worked with a credit asst company. I now of lexington and there bad rep. I have been researching this company and am debating using them. Its a small comp. that seems pretty reputable. I talked to them today and they seem like they could really help with getting iquiries, late payment and other things taken off your credit. It is 60 dollars a month. Just wondering if anyone has heard or used this company or one like it.
04-08-2009 04:54 PM
04-08-2009 05:01 PM
I understand the risks, I have done my research. I don't know how working to remove inquires and helping to try to get CA to accept PFD could hurt my credit. I know I could do it by myself, but that takes my time. Ill let you know how it works out. I think Im going to give it a shot.
04-08-2009 08:14 PM
Also, Lexington LAW are not a Law firm and have no attorneys to help you. If you have to go to court, all they can provide you is paperwork. They would promise a lot including getting you off of bankruptcies and judgements and they would do nothing different. I spoke to one of them on the phone and asked them what exactly is it that they would do different and he replied that its the way they word their letters and prepare their communication!!
Besides they get paid monthly and so you could imagine the progress and the actual work being put in! And these guys are the better ones out there. So IMO ignore them all.
04-09-2009 08:58 AM
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