Rebuild Your Credit with Lexington Law: Service and Support
Credit repair is a multi-faceted process. Without the proper tools, steps to rebuild even the simplest credit errors can take months or, in some cases, even years. Lexington Law has over 25 years of experience helping clients rebuild credit efficiently and effectively.
Levels of Service
Lexington Law has helped rebuild the credit of over 1 million clients in the United States - and our numbers are growing. Each client has their own story and specific needs, and we strive to provide affordable and personalized solutions for each and every one. Our different service levels address the credit repair process at its core, while incorporating targeted solutions as the level of service increases. You’re sure to find a package that will fit your needs and your budget.
Research, Action, and Follow-Up
Research, action, and follow-up are standard components of every service level offered by Lexington Law. We help you obtain your credit reports from the three credit bureaus. From there, we work with you to identify examples of unfair, inaccurate, and outdated information that could be hurting your credit score.
After carefully assessing and triaging your credit reports, we take the reins by identifying the legal approaches that best suit each of your problematic items, including credit bureau investigations and disputes, item verifications, and creditor escalations, as applicable to your enrolled level of service. Depending upon that month’s outcome, we follow-up appropriately as your case progresses.
Education is an important and ongoing process. Our paralegals are available to answer client questions by phone or email to help you better understand your credit.
Moreover, our web site provides credit repair webinars, credit repair articles, consumer credit repair news, and information regarding applicable consumer protection laws. We offer these tools free of charge, regardless of whether you choose to work with us.
Our system works. We helped clients see deletions of more than 9 million negative items in 2016 alone. Participating clients have seen an average of 24 of their presenting questionable credit report items removed by the end of month 12. The way to rebuild credit is not always intuitive, so let the professionals at Lexington Law shine some light on the process.