I have recently had clients tell me their insurance rates have gone up or they have had a hard time getting business loans because of their LexisNexis report.
- The consumer’s C.L.U.E. report (Comprehensive Loss Underwriting Exchange)
- Real estate transaction and ownership data
- Records of liens, judgements, and bankruptcy
- Previous addresses
- Public records information
Why should I view this report?
Similar to the credit reports from the big three, your LexisNexis file can contain mistakes, such as outdated information or data about someone else, which can adversely affect your finances.
How to get a Consumer Disclosure Report?
Everyone is entitled to one free copy of their LexisNexis report each year, thanks to the Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA) and the Fair and Accurate Credit Transactions Act (FACT Act). You can get it online by visiting their website or clicking here or call 866-897-8126.
If you find that you have errors on your LexisNexis credit report email me at firstname.lastname@example.org or call us at (800) 822-7120. We can dispute this inaccurate data so that it is removed from your report.