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I hate ponies

Since our emos have been deemed by many as creepy I propose going forward we use Scary Lucy:

 

Lucille-Ball-Hometown-Statue-3.jpg

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So, there is a reason their letters look amature and they don't say they represent you.

 

If you pay someone to repair your credit, you lose all the protections afforded to you by FACTA.

 

Text from Section 623(a)(8)(G) of the FCRA:

Exclusion of credit repair organizations. This paragraph shall not apply if the notice of the dispute is submitted by, is prepared on behalf of the consumer by, or is submitted on a form supplied to the consumer by, a credit repair organization, as defined in section 403(3), or an entity that would be a credit repair organization, but for section 403(3)( B)(i).

A good thread here: http://creditboards.com/forums/index.php?showtopic=540286

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I hate ponies

Since our emos have been deemed by many as creepy I propose going forward we use Scary Lucy:

 

Lucille-Ball-Hometown-Statue-3.jpg

 

Growing up I wanted to be just like Lucy!

 

I saw that last night!

I don't know WTF the artist was thinking or looking at , thats the ugliest S* I eva seen!

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I hate ponies

Since our emos have been deemed by many as creepy I propose going forward we use Scary Lucy:

 

Lucille-Ball-Hometown-Statue-3.jpg

BTW my emos only creep you out . Or at least no one else has brought it to my attention😆

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So, there is a reason their letters look amature and they don't say they represent you.

 

If you pay someone to repair your credit, you lose all the protections afforded to you by FACTA.

 

Text from Section 623(a)(8)(G) of the FCRA:

 

Exclusion of credit repair organizations. This paragraph shall not apply if the notice of the dispute is submitted by, is prepared on behalf of the consumer by, or is submitted on a form supplied to the consumer by, a credit repair organization, as defined in section 403(3), or an entity that would be a credit repair organization, but for section 403(3)( B)(i).

A good thread here: http://creditboards.com/forums/index.php?showtopic=540286
Bump.....for on topic content. :good:

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Signed up with Lexington Law about 1 year ago:

Representative that was assigned to work on my case lacked basic knowledge required.

Waste of time and money!

Canceled after 1 month.

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I hate ponies

 

Since our emos have been deemed by many as creepy I propose going forward we use Scary Lucy:Lucille-Ball-Hometown-Statue-3.jpg

Vitameatavegamin

You need palindrome training.

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I hate ponies

Since our emos have been deemed by many as creepy I propose going forward we use Scary Lucy:Lucille-Ball-Hometown-Statue-3.jpg

Vitameatavegamin

You need palindrome training.

 

On poop, no.

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So, there is a reason their letters look amature and they don't say they represent you.

 

If you pay someone to repair your credit, you lose all the protections afforded to you by FACTA.

 

Text from Section 623(a)(8)(G) of the FCRA:

Exclusion of credit repair organizations. This paragraph shall not apply if the notice of the dispute is submitted by, is prepared on behalf of the consumer by, or is submitted on a form supplied to the consumer by, a credit repair organization, as defined in section 403(3), or an entity that would be a credit repair organization, but for section 403(3)( B)(i).

A good thread here: http://creditboards.com/forums/index.php?showtopic=540286

 

 

The name says Lexington LAW, implying that they are a LAW firm, correct?

If I hire an attorney to contact a collection agency, I want them to put any correspondence on their letterhead so that the CA understands that they are dealing with professionals. I was under the assumption that they would be doing just that and I was dumbfounded by their techniques.

 

Apparently they are not a law firm and it is disheartening that they advertise with that implication.

 

 

I would love to see their letter! I've seen the stuff they sent out years ago and it was very comical. :)

 

http://creditboards.com/forums/index.php?showtopic=536236&do=findComment&comment=5170676

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Oh, and another thing, as I pointed out in my original post, after I canceled, I began to get all that porn spam. Coincidence? I say not.

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So, there is a reason their letters look amature and they don't say they represent you.

 

If you pay someone to repair your credit, you lose all the protections afforded to you by FACTA.

 

Text from Section 623(a)(8)(G) of the FCRA:

Exclusion of credit repair organizations. This paragraph shall not apply if the notice of the dispute is submitted by, is prepared on behalf of the consumer by, or is submitted on a form supplied to the consumer by, a credit repair organization, as defined in section 403(3), or an entity that would be a credit repair organization, but for section 403(3)( B)(i).

A good thread here: http://creditboards.com/forums/index.php?showtopic=540286

 

 

The name says Lexington LAW, implying that they are a LAW firm, correct?

If I hire an attorney to contact a collection agency, I want them to put any correspondence on their letterhead so that the CA understands that they are dealing with professionals. I was under the assumption that they would be doing just that and I was dumbfounded by their techniques.

 

Apparently they are not a law firm and it is disheartening that they advertise with that implication.

 

 

I would love to see their letter! I've seen the stuff they sent out years ago and it was very comical. :)

 

http://creditboards.com/forums/index.php?showtopic=536236&do=findComment&comment=5170676

 

 

How did you not know this after years on CB? :dntknw:

 

Any chance of getting your wife to join CB and work on cleaning up her own credit?

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How did you not know this after years on CB? :dntknw:

 

I did read a few threads about them but sometimes you have to say WTF. Due to time constraints, I figured that since they were the most experienced at it, why not. Bad decision, no doubt.

 

Any chance of getting your wife to join CB and work on cleaning up her own credit?

 

No, she's a complete blonde, if you know what I mean :rolleyes: and she wouldn't know the first thing about doing any of this. She doesn't even sign the letters, I have scan of her signature that I use...

 

We hope to purchase a new home within the next year and her's is the worst so I'm trying to, at least, get her above 600.

 

She's got an LVNV, a Portfolio, a Midland, and a few medicals. I will say that Lexington did get rid of a couple of outdated medicals but that was it.

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Oh, and another thing, as I pointed out in my original post, after I canceled, I began to get all that porn spam. Coincidence? I say not.

 

You're making me want to sign up with Lexington Law.

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Oh, and another thing, as I pointed out in my original post, after I canceled, I began to get all that porn spam. Coincidence? I say not.

You're making me want to sign up with Lexington Law.

Nice

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Oh, and another thing, as I pointed out in my original post, after I canceled, I began to get all that porn spam. Coincidence? I say not.

You're making me want to sign up with Lexington Law.

I hear the referrals program could make you a lot of money ;)

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