August 24th, 2012 by admin
Critical information about understanding credit bureaus, credit reports, and more is being released by Lexington Law which offers expert level services in credit repair. These new tools will help consumers better understand their credit.
August 24, 2012 | Salt Lake City, UT | (PR Web)Lexington Law, the nation’s leading provider of consumer credit correction services, launched a new Credit Repair Insider Guide. Inside the Guide is valuable information that reveals secrets of the consumer credit industry and teaches readers how to make the most of their credit profiles. continue reading “Lexington Law Launches New Credit Repair Insider Guide and Credit Education Tools” »
January 25th, 2011 by admin
1,298,592 Verified Removals from Clients’ Credit Reports Makes 2010 a Record Year for Lexington Law.
January 25, 2011 | Salt Lake City, UT | (PR Web)Lexington Law, the nation’s leading consumer advocacy law firm announces that in 2010 it helped its clients see the removal of more than 1.3 million questionable and unverifiable items from their credit reports. This record number of items removed in a year included late payments, collection accounts, charge offs, and a variety of other damaging listings. continue reading “Lexington Law Sees Record High Removals” »
January 27th, 2010 by admin
1,013,469 Verified Removals from Clients’ Credit Reports Makes 2009 a Record Year for Lexington Law.
January 27, 2010 | Salt Lake City, UT | (PR Web) Lexington Law, the nation’s leading provider of consumer credit correction services, announces the removal of over 1 million negative items from clients’ credit reports in 2009. This record number of items removed in a year included late payments, collection accounts, charge offs, and a variety of other damaging listings. continue reading “Lexington Law Records Over 1 Million Removals in 2009″ »
September 8th, 2009 by admin
Select consumers may see slight increases in their credit scores, but more consumers may be hurt.
September 8, 2009 | Salt Lake City, UT | (PR Web) New changes to the FICO® credit scoring model, dubbed FICO® 08, were recently made available to all three major credit bureaus (Experian, Equifax and TransUnion). While some are touting these changes as a win for consumers, Lexington Law®, a consumer advocacy law firm, cautions that FICO® 08 may instead cause millions of credit scores to decline. continue reading “New “FICO® 08” Credit Score Formula May do More Harm than Good” »
August 23rd, 2009 by admin
The nation’s leading credit correction firm provides simple solutions to help consumers restore credit health after disastrous life events.
August 23, 2009 | Salt Lake City, UT | (PRWEB) Lexington Law, the nation’s leading provider of consumer credit correction services, reports that a significant number of clients using their services have fallen into a financial crisis following a divorce. Having assisted hundreds of thousands of clients with their credit repair efforts, Lexington Law has seen time and time again the devastating effects a divorce can have on a person’s credit reports. continue reading “Consumers Turn to Lexington Law for Help Recovering from the Devastating Effect Divorce Can Have on Their Credit Reports and Score.” »
August 3rd, 2009 by admin
An increasing number of service men and women are coming home to personal credit crises. Lexington Law®, the nation’s leader in credit correction services, offers solutions.
August 3, 2009 | Salt Lake City, UT | (PR WIRE) Increased foreclosures around U.S. military bases are above the national average according to the Senate Joint Economic Committee. The financial strain on today’s soldiers and their families is three times higher on average than it has been in decades. Lexington Law reports that a percentage of their clients’ credit was damaged while they were in the military. Reasons for damaged credit reported by military members include the use of check cashing fees, payday loan services, rent-to-own services and identity theft. Military families are vulnerable targets for identity theft because they move around a lot, often need quick cash, and their military members are often out of the country. continue reading “Credit Negatively Affecting the Lives of Our Service Men & Women” »
July 16th, 2009 by admin
Lexington Law®, the leading credit correction firm, gives victims of identity theft a chance to recover.
July 16, 2009 | Salt Lake City, UT | (Reuters)Latest research findings in a report issued by Javelin Strategy & Research shows that 9.9 million adults in the US are victims of identity theft. This is a 22 percent increase since 2007, which brings this crime back up to levels not seen since 2004. These findings highlight the persistent increase of fraud and the need for Americans to be more vigilant than ever in their efforts to protect themselves from it. They also highlight the need to take action to identify unrecognizable items in their credit reports. continue reading “Recovering from Identity Theft through Credit Correction Services” »
July 8th, 2009 by admin
The leading credit correction firm encourages consumers not to despair over mounting credit woes.
July 8, 2009 | Salt Lake City, UT | (PR Web)Recent reports highlight a disturbing trend in America: average credit scores are falling in states across the nation. This trend is most evident in those states hit hardest by the slump in the housing market. The western states of California, Arizona, and Nevada each saw a double-digit drop in the average consumer credit score during the first quarter of this year. With average consumer credit scores declining and lending requirements moving in the opposite direction, one thing has become clear: our national credit crisis has become a very personal credit crisis for millions of consumers. continue reading “Lexington Law® Offers Hope to a Nation Facing Falling Credit Scores” »
June 9th, 2009 by admin
Videos, audio programs, and insider articles all serving to help consumers better understand their credit.
June 9, 2009 | Salt Lake City, UT | (PR Newswire) Lexington Law, the nation’s leading provider of consumer credit correction services, has launched a new Credit Education resource for American consumers providing valuable information people can use to learn more about how the consumer credit system works and how they can work to make the most of their credit rating. continue reading “Lexington Law® Launches New Credit Education Tools and Information” »
June 3rd, 2009 by admin
Lexington Law® highlights a big win for consumers when it comes to maintaining healthy credit.
June 3, 2009 | Salt Lake City, UT | (PR Newswire) A new set of rules have been signed into law which will restrict some of the more predatory practices of credit card issuers starting mid-2010. Under these rules, credit card issuers will no longer be able to raise interest on existing credit card balances without justification. Cardholders will need to be 60 days behind on a payment before issuers can increase rates on existing balances, and even then, credit card issuers will be required to restore previous rates if a cardholder pays the minimum payment on time for six months. continue reading “New Rules to Restrict Predatory Consumer Credit Practices” »