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CUSTOMER SERVICE REPRESENTATIVE

Join the Leader in Credit Repair that has been in business for over 22 years! Ranked as one of the top 50 growing companies in Utah, Lexington offers a lot of opportunities for growth and advancement. Let us be Your Road to Success. Are you looking to make a difference in people's lives? If so, Lexington Law is the place of employment for you!
We are currently seeking dedicated Customer Service Representatives. As a Customer Service Representative you will be an advocate for consumers in the credit repair process. When you come to work for Lexington Law you will be joining a stable company that has been in business for 21 years, be given opportunities for advancement and provide a service that truly is making a difference in peoples lives.
We offer:
Competitive wage/$11.25 to start with opportunities for increases
Opportunities for advancement
Benefits-medical, dental, vision, 401k, life insurance and more
Paid Time Off and Holiday pay
Free Credit Repair Service
Our employee's also love that we are closed on Sundays, and close by 7:00 PM on Saturdays.
If you truly want to be an advocate for our customers you will have:
Taking inbound calls and assisting new clients who have just been signed up for our credit repair service.
One year of customer experience in call centers, retail, mortgage or banking (is preferred)
Strong computer and multi-tasking skills required
Able to work a rotating schedule (between 6am-10pm M-F, 7am-7pm Sat)
Ability to type a minimum of 35 wpm
Communication skills both oral and written
Strong Attention to detail, and customer focus Ability to pass drug screen test and background check
High School Diploma or GED
Email: telejobs@lexingtonlaw.com
Phone: 801-384-4282
Apply directly:
www.lexingtonlaw.com/jobs
or
Email: telejobs@lexingtonlaw.com

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