Noah_Bodie wrote:I talked to one person who'd been with Lexington for 20 months. On the $79 a month plan, that's $1,700 spent, and they were facing a mediation hearing (without any representation). Another poster, IIRC, was into them for over $2,300.
bizarrefun wrote:but do the math folks,,,,,,THEY ARE WORTH IT!!!!!!!!!!!...p.s. now with the deletion of authorized users going in effect next year my wife will have all those deleted on hers,,,,then i will add the good accounts as a joint accounts
Why not save the money and do it yourself!!
just received my latest TU report,,,one of the last 2 negs are removed...1 left,. happy ....the other credit bureaus have not sent yet....that one that was removed was a nasty incorrect oneLexinging Law WORKS!!they have there system and it does work,,,,if u have the xtra $$$$ let them do it,,,,
I may sound like an idiot, but I used them and had fantastic results. Mind you, I did not have a bankruptcy, and my debt (a lot of it) was out there from a previous marriage, and over 7 yrs. I signed up right when I knew I'd hit the 7 yr mark. I work a lot and did not have the time to do all the back and forth. So it was well worth the money. 1 year later, I'm prequalified for a mortgage, have gotten control of my credit (no more bad marks), and continually monitor my credit myself now (I cancelled the service after last bad mark was removed).For what it's worth...