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how long does it take lexington law to fix credit ?

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Here are direct words from Lexington Law:

It is inappropriate for Lexington Law or any other law firm to promise a particular result or a certain time frame. We can no more do that than we could promise a client that he or she would prevail in a court of law.

We can, however, give you an idea as to how our clients have performed in the past. As is true in all legal matters, no two cases are the same and your experience may differ.

When credit reports are promptly sent to us, many clients have seen exhilarating progress within the first 60 days. Statistically, our clients have seen impressive credit report results, with an average of 10.2 items, or 24% of their representing negatives, removed within 4 months.**

The progress of your case will depend on your timely participation (sending in credit reports on a timely basis), the nature of your case and the level of credit bureau cooperation.

Because Concord Standard and Premier clients are provided expanded legal services that include additional interventions, their cases may proceed even more quickly. However, it is important to remember that a law firm cannot promise a particular result within a certain time frame since every case and credit report is different.

**Average results for Concord-level clients who submitted updated reports quarterly for one year. Your results will vary.

Be wary of any law firm or credit repair company that guarantees to "clean up your credit in 30 days".

Not only is it illegal to guarantee results for credit repair, it is impossible to predict the actions of your creditors or the credit bureaus.

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