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Credit Repair Guide

Credit Repair: A Necessary Answer to Bad Credit

The Hard Truth: If you want a loan, you have to get your credit score above 700. That’s the truth of it, and most people find this out when it’s too late. Fortunately, there are time-tested steps that have worked for thousands of people and can even help the worst credit score. Stick with them, and you’ll be on the right track.

But Does Credit Repair Work?

Let’s just stick with the facts. Last year, the #1 rated credit repair service helped their clients remove over 2 MILLION negative items from their credit reports. You don’t have to take our word for it. Check out the actual numbers (and the listings if you’d like) right here >

These time-tested steps can work for you too:

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Fix Your Bad Credit

  • Do it yourself with our Credit Score Guide
  • Hire the #1 rated service
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Reduce Your Debt

  • Tools and strategies
  • Hire the best debt management service
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Build Good Credit

  • What you can do today (& what NOT to do)
  • What kind of credit to get

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No other credit repair company or firm can match Lexington Law when it comes to sheer size, new technologies, or dedication to industry guidelines.

Lexington law firm has assisted more clients in their fight for fair credit than any other credit repair company or firm, by a large margin.

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