New legislation would make it easier for consumers to seek help from professionals to repair their credit Washington, DC- On Monday, May 31, 2022, Rep.
Lexington Law and Progrexion Launch New Initiative With Anti-Recidivism Coalition to Bring Financial Literacy and Credit Repair to Constituents
Last weekend, at the annual retreat for the Anti-Recidivism Coalition (ARC), Lexington Law and Progrexion launched a new partnership with the ARC to help formerly
Diverse Groups Representing Millions of California Consumers Oppose Anti-Consumer Assembly Bill 2424
Washington, DC- Diverse groups from across California continue to announce their opposition to Assembly Bill 2424, anti-consumer legislation that would make it harder for Californians
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) yesterday released a major report detailing how an already broken dispute process in the credit reporting system has gotten
Credit Reporting Agencies Deflect Blame, Offer No Remedies for Surge in Consumer Dissatisfaction with Credit Reporting System
Washington, DC—Representatives of the three national credit reporting agencies (CRAs) provided consumers no answers for how they were going to make the credit reporting system
Today, the heads of Equifax, Experian, and TransUnion will testify before the House Financial Services Committee for the increase in consumer complaints to the CFPB.