No, despite its name, Lexington Law did not practice law on behalf of its customers. Although they marketed themselves as a law firm specializing in credit repair, they were merely a credit repair company. The CFPB's settlement required them to stop using the terms "attorney" or "law firm" in their promotions.

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Michael F. Cardoza, Esq.
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