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Best Credit Repair Companies Completes Re-Evaluation, Names Lexington Law as the Top Company

The Website Offers Thorough and Unbiased Reviews of Many of the Top Credit Repair Companies

LOS ANGELES, March 10, 2014 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- Best Credit Repair Companies, a website that offers in-depth and helpful reviews of many of the top credit repair companies, recently finished a thorough re-evaluation of the top businesses. After examining the customer reviews and ratings and looking at the many services offered by the credit repair companies, the site has announced that Lexington Law is the top credit repair company in the country.

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As anyone whose credit has ever been too low knows quite well, it can be an extremely stressful situation. In addition to not being approved for loans or credit cards, a low FICO score can even prevent people from renting cars, buying a cell phone on credit, or getting hired for a new job. While many people would like to take the steps necessary to repair their credit, they may not be sure how to go about it, and which companies they can trust to help them.

This is where Best Credit Repair Companies can help—thanks to their unbiased customer ratings and thorough reviews, people can learn about five of the top companies and then make an educated decision as to which credit repair firm they should work with.

As a review of Lexington Law notes on the Best Credit Repair Companies website, the company has an excellent rating with the Better Business Bureau, and it has been in business for a long time. Since 1991, they have helped an amazing 500,000-plus customers resolve their poor credit issues, and they have earned an average 8.8 out of 10 star rating from their customers.

"The basis of the business is that paralegals and attorneys work on each account, providing the highest level of knowledge in the industry and working to assist you in the process of converting your bad credit score into a good credit score," the review on Best Credit Repair Companies noted, adding that the firm also offers a host of other services, including handling divorce, bankruptcy, criminal defense, consumer rights, property disputes and more.

"Lexington Law is able to provide such a wide variety of services because the Company is backed by a legal team with a strong grasp on the law. They have extremely high standards and are bound to client confidentiality."

Those who wish to read more about Lexington Law can visit the Best Credit Repair Companies website; there, they can read the customer reviews of the company, as well as the helpful information about four other highly reputable credit repair companies.

About Best Credit Repair Companies:

Best Credit Repair Companies is a review site that takes customer ratings and reviews and gives them to their customers to help them make the best choice.  For more information, please visit http://www.best-credit-repair-companies.net

Media Contact: Daryl Rodgers, Best Credit Repair Companies, (949) 555-2861, admin@rocketfactor.com

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