Background on MY Lexington experience. I signed up in the last week of October 2000. I have the highest level of service. $300 upfront and $125 a month. I had 32 items needing correction some just annoying like bad employers, addresses, name variations, notices that account was closed by creditor not me, paid loans still notated as deferred, etc. So, I really had 9 seriously hurting me. 1 on Exp, 4 on TU, 4 on Eq that are clearly hurting my score that are the most important to get rid of. Lexington is slow. It is mid-May and I am just now getting the results of the second round now. I mean 6.5 months and only one round completed? That is slow. The first round they got 1 item deleted on Exp, 1 on TU and 2 from Eq. They had other stuff deleted that really just needed to be updated such as student loans notated as deferred that were paid off. Lex is no longer bothering with Experian b/c the obvious negatives are all gone even after my requests that they dispute inquiries, bad addresses and employers. For the $1000+ I have spent they could have at least attacked these issues. I am waiting to hear back from Trans Union on this round. But since Lexington is totally ignoring my requests (email goes unanswered and I can not call from my office b/c I have no privacy during regular business hours) and Eq is clearly no longer bothering with me, if TU comes back with nothing, I will be quiting Lexington and going solo per advice here or trying Junum again. Want you all to know my experience because few seem to post about Lex, although a lot about Junum. Any other Lex clients out there have anything to add? (I used to post on Bayhouse under Househunting but since that is no longer available, I figured I'd post here).