Year: 2017

Lexington Law Wins Gold in Best in Biz Awards 2017

Credit Repair Leader Takes Home Top Honors in Technology Department of the Year Category

SALT LAKE CITY  November 29, 2017 – Lexington Law, a trusted leader in credit repair, has been awarded a Gold in the “Technology Department of the Year” category in the Best in Biz Awards, the only independent business awards program judged each year by prominent editors and reporters from top-tier publications in North America.

From identity theft to helping make sure your credit reports are fair, accurate, and substantiated, Lexington Law is the only legal-backed credit repair company in the country that has the experience and technology to both advocate and drive results for consumers. Anchored by industry-leading proprietary technology, deep relationships with the three reporting bureaus, and legal expertise, more than a half a million consumers have worked with Lexington in their efforts toward better credit.

“We’re honored to be recognized among this year’s Technology Departments of the Year by the Best in Biz Awards,” said Lexington Law’s Directing Attorney John Heath. “Lexington Law is committed to fighting for consumers’ right to a fair, accurate and substantiated credit report, and the dedication and innovation of our technology department has been fundamental in accomplishing that mission.”

Each year, entrants in the Best in Biz Awards span the spectrum, from innovative local start-ups to the most recognizable global brands. The seventh annual program garnered more than 650 entries from an impressive array of public and private companies across industries in the U.S. and Canada. Honors were presented in 65 categories, including Company of the Year, Fastest-Growing Company, Most Innovative Company, Best Place to Work, Support Department, Executive of the Year, Technology Department of the Year, Most Innovative Product, Best New Product, App, Event and Website of the Year.

“Reviewing this year’s entries in Best in Biz Awards was like going to an NBA All-Star game — you end up shaking your head in admiration, smiling and saying, ‘Oh man, that’s gooood,’” said Dale Dauten, King Features Syndicate, returning to judge the awards for the sixth year. “And then the next one is even better. It’s a top-that competition.”

Since 2011, winners of Best in Biz Awards have been determined based on scoring from independent judging panels composed of editors and reporters from respected newspapers, TV outlets, and business, consumer, technology and trade publications in North America. This cross section of expertise enables the Best in Biz Awards to have a judging panel of unparalleled expertise, experience and objectivity. The 2017 judging panel included: Accounting Today, AdWeek, Associated Press, Atlanta Tribune, Business News Daily, Consumer Affairs, Entrepreneur, eWeek, Forbes, Harvard Business Review, Healthcare Innovation News, Inc., Investment Advisor Magazine, Laptop, MediaPost, Pittsburgh Business Times, Security Products Magazine, Wired, WLRN and Yahoo Tech.

For a full list of gold, silver and bronze winners in Best in Biz Awards 2017, visit:


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


About Best in Biz Awards

Since 2011, Best in Biz Awards, Inc. has made its mark as the only independent business awards program judged each year by a who’s who of prominent reporters and editors from top-tier publications from North America and around the world. Best in Biz Awards honors are conferred in two separate programs: North America and International, and in 65 categories, including company, team, executive, product, and PR and media. For more information, visit:


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Relaunching the Lexington Law Scholarship Program

Lexington Law, a trusted leader in helping people repair their credit reports, understands how important financial planning and maintaining a great credit score is, especially for college students.

For this reason, the company is pleased to relaunch the Lexington Law Scholarship Award fund.

Affording college can be challenging. With the rising costs of tuition, books, computers, housing, utilities, food, and other supplies, students need all the assistance they can get.

Sometimes that means taking out a loan or using a credit card to cover costs. Taking on debt may be unavoidable to complete an education, but students can learn to avoid harming their credit scores in the process.

Lexington Law is offering this scholarship to students in the United States who write an essay about how they repaired or established their good credit. Lexington Law believes it is never too early to start thinking about your credit score and your credit report.

How to Apply

Eligible students will:

  • Write an essay of 500-800 words about how you repaired or established your good credit. Competitive candidates will describe and demonstrate knowledge of credit scores and clearly state examples of how they affectively fixed or established their good credit.
  • Please research and cite two pieces of content that support your essay from Lexington Law. An example of a citation would be these articles on credit repair services, fixing credit, or credit repair companies. Please also include at least one external reference, such as a page from a government site, educational site, or a major news publication.
  • Publish your essay either in Word format as an attachment to an email to, or anywhere on the Internet, i.e. your personal blog or any other online publishing platform.
  • YouTube submissions are encouraged, although not required.  Video should be no longer than 5 minutes.  (Essays submitted via YouTube must also be submitted in writing.)
  • Email a content contribution agreement, along with your full contact information and the link to access your essay to

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