Lexington Law Hosts Industry’s First Credit Repair Q&A in TwitterChat

Lexington Law’s credit repair specialists will field consumer questions during its first bi-monthly TweetChat on Friday, May 31st, 2013

Salt Lake City, UT (PRWEB) May 29, 2013

 

On Friday, May 31st Twitter users can submit questions to the experts at Lexington Law, the nation’s leading provider of consumer credit correction services. The TweetChat will begin at 11:00 a.m. Eastern Time for one hour. Access to this type of credit specialist on Twitter is unprecedented. This first bi-monthly event reflects the company’s commitment to customer education and advocacy.

 

The inaugural TweetChat, titled “Don’t Be a Credit Victim – Protect Yourself,” will feature Dr. Randy Padawer, a psychologist and consumer advocate. Padawer has been published in the Journal of Personality Assessment, the Journal of Consulting and featured in Smart Money Magazine. He co-wrote the best-selling “FICO 850” seminar for The Motley Fool and founded the company that would become AOL Classifieds in 1993. Padawer works with Lexington Law concerning consumer behavior, credit scoring, and intervention efficacy.

“Credit reporting and scoring is key to modern consumer finance, yet many consumers have an incomplete or flawed understanding of how credit works,” stated Padawer. “With trending low lending rates, it is important that consumers understand their credit rights.”

 

The nationwide housing recovery and low lending rates are spurring economic activity. According to Bloomberg.com: “Americans’ confidence in the economy climbed in May to the highest level in almost six years as rising real estate values and record stock prices boosted household wealth.”

 

Those who wish to participate should logon to Twitter.com, and follow @LexingtonLaw and include the hashtag #lexchat in each Tweet so that even hosts can view each question. Private questions can be submitted in advance via Lexington Law’s Facebook page, or to media@lexingtonlaw.com during the live TweetChat.

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