Compare CreditRepair.com vs. Lexington Law Credit Repair

What’s the difference between CreditRepair.com and Lexington Law Credit Repair? See how our editors compare the two companies below.
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CreditRepair.com
9.7 / 10 - Excellent
#2 in Credit Repair
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Lexington Law
9.7 / 10 - Excellent
#1 in Credit Repair
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Key Facts
  • They contact credit bureaus & creditors to challenge negative report items
  • Past members got +40 points in 4 months (on average)
  • High success rate removing items in collections, late payments and charge offs
  • Over 1.5 million negative items removed from credit reports in 2016
  • Online account & mobile app to track progress 24/7
  • Personalized service
  • Improvement in score could easily justify the cost
  • One of the oldest & most experienced credit repair services
  • They work 24/7 to help improve your score and get you qualified for a better loan
  • They will provide credit summary reports
  • High credit repair success rate, with removals in collections, late payments and charge offs
  • Over 9 million negative items removed from credit reports in 2016
  • Uniquely aligned to challenge issues with ALL THREE BUREAUS
  • More than 500,000 clients served
ConsumersAdvocate.org Ratings
9.7 / 10 - Excellent
10/10
Level of Intervention
10/10
Communication
10/10
Features
10/10
Cost
9/10
Company Reputation
9.7 / 10 - Excellent
10/10
Level of Intervention
9/10
Communication
10/10
Features
10/10
Cost
10/10
Company Reputation
Customer Reviews
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2.8 / 10 - Poor
11%
5 stars
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4 stars
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3 stars
22%
2 stars
67%
1 stars
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4.4 / 10 - Average
24%
5 stars
9%
4 stars
3%
3 stars
15%
2 stars
50%
1 stars
Final Verdict

Lexington Law Credit Repair and CreditRepair.com are very close in quality and have the same overall rating. That said, Lexington Law scores better than CreditRepair.com across: Features, Cost, and Company Reputation. Whereas, CreditRepair.com scores better on Communication. Both companies score similarly on Level of Intervention.

Latest Reviews

Polly A
CreditRepair.com review
3/22/2017
After contacting this group, offered thru AARP, I almost signed up. Stopped when told my "discount" is $99 first month! That was end of that and hung up. But I gave my SS NUMBER! Is my SS info safe or am I allowed ready for I'D Theft?

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Dominique
Lexington Law Credit Repair review
3/9/2017
They are good but very slow my credit didnt move much at all

Birdy L
Lexington Law Credit Repair review
2/28/2017
They helped me 2 different times and both times I worked with them I had a great experience an they cleaning everything off my name I had now I'm working on building my credit back thank u

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Jess a
Brooklyn, New York
Lexington Law Credit Repair review
4/27/2016
Awesome service

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Tara B
Hyde Park, New York
Lexington Law Credit Repair review
4/17/2016
The only reason I am giving four stars and not five is because I have only been in the program less than 30 days. In that time however, I have already seen 4 removals from my report and a 50 point increase in my credit score. I could not be more thrilled with the service thus far. Well worth the $100 spent! If they continue at this rate, my credit report and score should be at my target in 2 - 3 months. As I am hoping to purchase a house in November/December, I will be in a great position to do so. So for a $200 - $300 investment, my dream of owning a home are looking more and more like a reality thanks to Lexington Law!