Ever wonder what Auto and Home Insurance Claims are on your Record? Get your FREE Report!
Have you ever wondered how your new insurance company found out about the claim you filed when you hit that deer in your SUV or started your deck on fire while you were grilling? You didn’t tell them about it. How did they find out?
Insurance companies turn to a Comprehensive Loss Underwriting Exchange, or C.L.U.E. report, provided by LexisNexis Risk Solutions to find out what claims have been filed in your name in the past seven years. When you apply for a new auto or home insurance policy, the insurer will generally check your C.L.U.E. report to see what other insurance companies reported about your claims.
You have a right to see what’s on your C.L.U.E. report, and thanks to the Fact Act, you can obtain these reports on an annual basis for FREE. Ordering the reports is really quick and easy. I tried it out myself and wanted to see if it showed the claims my wife and I had made over the past seven years. Turns out, they were all there.
So, how do you get these reports? Just go to LexisNexis and fill out a request form, create a membership profile and in a matter of seconds your report will be available for you to view and print. The LexisNexis link will open in a new window and take you to a site maintained by LexisNexis.
Remember, you can get a FREE auto and a FREE home report once every year.