Volunteers to work for Lexingt

Discussion in 'Credit Talk' started by Jim, Aug 23, 2000.

  1. Jim

    Jim Well-Known Member

    I wondering if there are any volunteers who want to apply for a job with Lexington Law Firm. Requirements:
    1. Personality
    2. Good Customer Skills
    3. The ability to respond to
    customers requests in a
    timely manner. (24 hrs.)
    4. Knowledge of what is
    happening with your
    customers account.
    5. Ability to answer the
    question, what do I do now?

    You do not need the ability to charge the customers credit card, that just seems to happen by it's self. So why don't we just computerize the entire operation.

    Did I leave anything out?
  2. Pat

    Pat Guest

    RE: Volunteers to work for Lex

    why don't you complain to the Utah State Bar about the two lawyers that run Lexington Law, if you haven't had your problems resolved.
  3. melin

    melin Guest

    RE: Volunteers to work for Lex

    what state do you have to live in?
  4. steve

    steve Well-Known Member

    RE: Volunteers to work for Lex

    I'm surprised the Jason guy hasn't replied with one of the following:
    We welcome your input, What should we change
    Send me your info and I'll research.

    I wonder how long Kristi will continue to use these loosers

  5. Doris K.

    Doris K. Well-Known Member

    RE: Volunteers to work for Lex

    I may be wrong, but I think Carreon and Associates did dump those deadbeats for Junum. Let's hope so. Everything I've heard and read about this Lexington Law Firm outfit spells S-C-A-M. Such operations must be stopped.

    I've advised a friend of my daughter's to file a report with the Better Business Bureau. Hopefully, others are doing the same. It just floors me that they've been sucking up her money all this time but won't provide her the courtesy of communicating with her. I wonder if Cross Country Bank has its own law firm in Utah....

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