The Insider Guide does not just teach about credit, it helps people understand what they can do about it.
Salt Lake City, UT (PRWEB) August 24, 2012
Lexington Law, the nation's leading provider of consumer credit correction services, launched a new Credit Repair Insider Guide. Inside the Guide is valuable information that reveals secrets of the consumer credit industry and teaches readers how to make the most of their credit profiles.
Credit reporting and scoring is one of the key components of modern consumer financing. Credit scores impact consumers’ purchasing power, insurability, and even their employment. The importance of having access to accurate and easily understood information about credit, credit reporting, and credit repair cannot be overstated.
Many consumers, however, have an incomplete or flawed understanding of how credit works. They don’t understand the complex components of a credit report and score. The Guide was designed to fix this problem. Crafted by Lexington’s team of lawyers and a specialist in statistical research and clinical psychology, the Guide is a smart, easy to use reference manual for all things credit related. Lexington is currently providing consumers free access to this manual: The Credit Repair Insider Guide.
"While crucially important, credit is not one of those topics that gets covered in standard K-12 schools to any degree and is not something most people take the time to learn on their own, " said Lexington Law Directing Attorney John Heath. "Because of the need for credit education, we have created an interesting and relevant resource that people can go to for honest, easy-to-use information."
And the Insider Guide does not just teach about credit, it helps people understand what they can do about it. For those consumers who discover that their credit scores and reports are not accurate representations of their true creditworthiness, the Guide assists them in understanding their rights to address their credit issues either on their own or with the help of a credit correction firm like Lexington Law.
"At Lexington, we have found that those clients who have a better understanding of how credit works and their rights with regard to repairing their credit end up having more success and getting more value out of our services," said Heath. "Information is empowering and in the case of credit, good information gives individuals ammunition in the fight for fair credit."
About Lexington Law
Lexington Law is a consumer advocacy law firm with 21 years of experience helping over ½ million Americans work to improve their credit. They are among the largest network of credit repair professionals in the U.S., employing a growing staff of 24 attorneys and 200+ paralegals/agents across 19 states. The firm empowers credit success through effective services which leverage consumers’ rights to legally resolve issues with credit bureaus and creditors. Lexington works to ensure that its clients’ credit reports are a fair and accurate representation of their true creditworthiness. For details about Lexington Law’s services, attorneys, or statistics visit: http://www.lexingtonlaw.com.