Year: 2016

Lexington Law Introduces New Comprehensive Credit Report Repair Service, PremierPlus

New service allows monitoring of real FICO® Score

SALT LAKE CITY, June 7, 2016 – Lexington Law, a consumer advocacy law firm and trusted leader in credit report repair, launched PremierPlus today, providing a comprehensive service level that goes beyond simple credit report repair to provide real FICO® Scores, and industry-leading features designed to improve, monitor and protect a client’s financial identity, standing and reputation.

“Our highest priority is making sure our clients have an affordable solution to ensure a fair and accurate credit report,” said John Heath, Directing Attorney of Lexington Law, “but our dedication doesn’t stop there. With PremierPlus, we aim to provide our clients with a full analysis of their credit and financial situation so they can achieve their goals faster.”

In addition to existing services — including credit bureau challenges, legal interventions with creditors, and credit monitoring — Lexington Law’s new PremierPlus service level adds monthly FICO® Scores and analysis, identity theft alerts, financial management tools, and additional legal interventions for abusive third-party debt collectors.

Clients can view all analysis and progress reports on a single dashboard.

“Good credit, personal finances and identity protection are tightly linked, and this new service allows consumers to monitor all three in an easy-to-use, interactive interface,” said Randy Padawer, consumer education specialist at Lexington Law. “We’re proud to expand our service and provide the best resources available for our clients. Now, individuals can watch their case progress as they rebuild and protect their credit.”

Lexington Law provides multiple service levels for its customers, all providing essentials of ethical credit report repair. Lexington Law acts as a consumer advocate, “fighting for every client’s legal right to a fair and accurate credit profile.” All service levels include credit bureau communications, legal interventions, and same-day consultations.

To see a complete list of Lexington Law services and to learn more about the PremierPlus service, visit: https://www.lexingtonlaw.com/credit-repair-services/services

 

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About Lexington Law

Lexington Law Firm is a consumer advocacy law firm that focuses its practice in the area of consumer credit report repair with more than a decade of experience helping hundreds of thousands of Americans work to improve their credit. The firm is comprised of dedicated attorneys and paralegals who deliver professional services to its clients on a daily basis. By leveraging consumer rights to resolve issues with creditors, data furnishers, and credit bureaus, Lexington Law Firm works to ensure that client credit reports are fair, accurate, and substantiated. For details about Lexington Law Firm’s services or attorneys, please visit www.LexingtonLaw.com.

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Lexington Law Employees to Present More Than $6,000 to Big Brothers Big Sisters at Firm’s Celebration

MEDIA ADVISORY

Lexington Law Employees to Present More Than $6,000 to Big Brothers Big Sisters at Firm’s Celebration

WHAT: 

Lexington Law, a consumer advocacy law firm, will donate $6,378 to the local Arizona chapter of Big Brothers Big Sisters (“BBBS”). The firm will present the donation at a firm celebration and annual summer BBQ. The BBBS program creates meaningful, monitored matches between adult community members (“Bigs”) and children ages six through 17 (“Littles”). Hundreds of Lexington Law employees participated in raising money and donating portions of their paychecks towards the BBBS program.

WHO:

Lexington Law Directing Attorney – John Heath

Lexington Law employees

Big Brothers Big Sisters representatives 

WHERE:   

2133 West Peoria Avenue,
Phoenix, AZ 85029 

WHEN:     

Wednesday, May 4, 2016 at 12:00 p.m. 

DETAILS: 

Photography opportunities include: Firm employees mixed with Littles from BBBS program; check presentation; Directing Attorney John Heath mingling with employees

About Lexington Law

Lexington Law Firm is a consumer advocacy law firm that focuses its practice in the area of consumer credit report repair. Lexington has helped hundreds of thousands of Americans work to improve their credit. The firm is comprised of dedicated attorneys and paralegals who deliver professional services to its clients on a daily basis. By leveraging consumer rights to resolve issues with creditors, data furnishers, and credit bureaus, Lexington Law Firm works to ensure that client credit reports are fair, accurate, and substantiated. For details about Lexington Law Firm’s services or attorneys, please visit www.LexingtonLaw.com.

 

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Contact: Celeste Edmunds

Director – Corporate Communications & Community Relations

801.657.9088

cedmunds@progrexion.com

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BadCredit.org Features Lexington Law Firm as a Leading Advocate & Most Trusted Credit Repair Service

This post was originally featured on BadCredit.org:
Lexington Law — The Leading Advocates & Most Trusted Credit Repair Service Since 1991

Many important financial commitments in life require good credit, including owning a home, being approved for a loan, and buying a car. So what are you to do when your credit history prohibits you from attaining life’s necessities because of mistakes and errors on your report?

The obvious solution is to improve your credit, but that could take years if done on your own, and some of us can’t wait that long. And credit is a fickle beast. There are several ever-changing laws and regulations surrounding the credit industry, and for the average person, understanding all of them is insuperable.

Lexington Law, based in North Salt Lake, Utah, has been advocating for individuals who have mistakes on their credit report for a number of years. Lexington’s team of lawyers and paralegals understand these laws and regulations and they have represented hundreds of thousands of clients who have worked to correct their credit reports and improve their scores.

Continue reading BadCredit.org‘s article here

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