- How long does something stay on LexisNexis?
- How do you fix a CLUE report?
- What is the clue report?
- How long do homeowners stay on record?
- Can you dispute LexisNexis?
- What is a loss history report?
- Can I see my CLUE report?
- Who orders a CLUE report?
- How do you get a LexisNexis CLUE report?
- What does clue mean?
How long does something stay on LexisNexis?
seven yearsHow to File a LexisNexis Dispute Over Your C.L.U.E.
For those who aren’t entirely certain what a C.L.U.E.
report is, it’s a database maintained by LexisNexis that contains claims info on your personal property and vehicles.
Typically, the claims info goes back seven years..
How do you fix a CLUE report?
How to fix your CLUE report. If you discover an error on your CLUE report, for example, an invalid claim report or an incorrect loss payment, you can contact LexisNexis directly by calling 888-497-0011 or 866-312-8076 and report the problem.
What is the clue report?
CLUE is a claims-information report generated by LexisNexis®, a consumer-reporting agency. The report generally contains up to seven years of personal-auto and personal-property claims history.
How long do homeowners stay on record?
Homeowners insurance claims typically stay on a national property claim database called the Comprehensive Loss Underwriting Exchange (CLUE) for five to seven years.
Can you dispute LexisNexis?
If you find an error in your report, begin the dispute process by either calling or mailing LexisNexis. The company will then send you paperwork to fill out, including a request for identification.
What is a loss history report?
A Loss History Report is a record of insurance losses associated with a home or a car. Most homeowners and auto insurance companies contribute claims history information to a database known as the Comprehensive Loss Underwriting Exchange (C.L.U.E.), which is available from LexisNexis.
Can I see my CLUE report?
Thanks to the Fair Credit Reporting Act, you can get a free CLUE report for your home once a year from LexisNexis. Request your CLUE report online or by calling (866) 312-8076. There’s one catch: Only the owner of a property may access its CLUE report.
Who orders a CLUE report?
A C.L.U.E. report can only be requested by the owner of a property or an insurer, so if you are planning to buy a home and want to review a C.L.U.E. report, you will have to ask the owner to request it.
How do you get a LexisNexis CLUE report?
You can obtain your C.L.U.E report by calling LexisNexis Services at 1-866-312-8076. The personal reports section of the LexisNexis website also tells you how to order a copy of the report through the mail or, easiest of all, view the report online.
What does clue mean?
Comprehensive Loss Underwriting ExchangeC.L.U.E. (Comprehensive Loss Underwriting Exchange) is a claims history database generated by LexisNexis® enabling insurance companies to access consumer claims information when they are underwriting or rating an insurance policy.