How we count removals
The number of items removed represents the combined removals of all clients for all three credit bureaus that occur during the client’s representation. For example, if a single questionable negative item is removed from all three reports, it is counted as three separate removals.
What you need to know about our testimonials
Testimonials represent the results of the particular individual and you should not expect the same result because your case is different than everyone else's. Lexington promises only to communicate with creditors on your behalf and in your name, verify report changes with bureaus, and provide you timely information about changes in your reports.
What you need to know about our editorial content
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