- Late Payments
- Charge Offs
1Experience where it counts.
Put the experience of our attorneys to work for you. Our team is trained in consumer protection law, consumer advocacy, and current issues in credit reporting, helping you to resolve items on your credit report in the most effective way possible.
2Turn negative items into positive results.
We'll help you remove incorrect items from your credit score. Though cases will vary, past clients have seen an average of 10.2 items removed within four months. In 2016, our clients saw 9+ million removals across their three reports and from all sources.
3Spend your money—your way.
By improving your credit score you can potentially save hundreds on car loans, mortgages, credit card payments and other purchases, giving you the freedom to spend your money on what matters most to you.
- What is a bad credit score?
- How do you fix bad credit?
- How Lexington Law can help
What is a bad credit score?
If you have a credit score lower than 560 it’s generally considered to be a bad credit score—indicating to creditors that you may fall behind on payments.
How do you fix bad credit?
You can dispute any questionable items on your credit report with the three credit bureaus: Equifax, Experian, and TransUnion.
How Lexington Law can help
We work on you behalf to remove inaccurate items from your credit report including late payments, collections, charge-offs and bankruptcies.