Can I view my CLUE report online?

Can I view my CLUE report online?

To gain access to a CLUE report, you can: Request a CLUE report online. Call 888-497-0011. Email [email protected]

What is the CLUE database?

C.L.U.E. (Comprehensive Loss Underwriting Exchange) is a claims history database produced by consumer reporting agency LexisNexis® that enables insurance companies to access consumer claims information when they are underwriting or rating an insurance policy.

What information is on a CLUE report?

What information is included in a C.L.U.E. report? It includes policy information such as name, date of birth, policy number, claim information (such as date of loss, type of loss, and amounts paid), and a description of the property covered.

Can I check cue database?

If you want to know what information Cue has about you, you can request it from the Motor Insurance Bureau (MIB) using its subject access form. And if you believe Cue is storing incorrect information about you, you should contact the insurer that you believe sent the incorrect data, or the MIB.

How far back does CLUE report go?

five years
C.L.U.E. reports go back five years into the history of a property. It’s standard industry practice to purge losses over five years old.

How can I find out someone’s homeowners insurance?

There is no registry of homeowner’s insurance. The only way that you can find out the identity of a homeowner’s insurer is to ask the property owner.

How much is a CLUE report?

A CLUE report costs $0 for your personal report from LexisNexis. Individuals are entitled to one free copy of their LexisNexis CLUE report each year, while additional reports ordinarily cost $19.95 each.

What is a clue score?

A C.L.U.E. (Comprehensive Loss Underwriting Exchange) report provides a history of your property insurance claims for homes, rentals and vehicles. “That includes the date of loss, loss type and amount paid, along with general information such as policy number, claim number and insurance company name.”

Do all insurance companies report to clue?

Do All Insurance Companies Report to CLUE? More than 99% of auto insurance companies and 96% of home insurance companies contribute to CLUE, according to LexisNexis. Only insurance companies that report information to CLUE can also withdraw information from the LexisNexis database.

Is there a database of insurance claims?

Most Americans may not know it, but there is actually a shared database of insurance claims known as the Comprehensive Loss Underwriting Exchange, or CLUE, which keeps five years of history for every insured home out there.

Do insurers check cue?

More and more insurers are checking claims on CUE when you buy a policy. It is therefore likely that they will also check your claims history when you buy a policy or if you make a claim.

Can a buyer ask for a CLUE report?

Only the owner of a property or an insurer can request a C.L.U.E. report. The request must come from the property seller/owner if you’re representing the buyer.

What do you need to know about clue?

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. The report contains the following claim information provided by your insurance company: Description of the covered property

Where can I get a clue report for free?

Get a free report. LexisNexis, Consumer Center Request your personal report online (www.lexisnexis.com) Call 866-312-8076 Note: If you need a CLUE report on a property you’d like to buy, the owner must request it.

What to do if you find errors in your clue report?

If you find errors in your report, there are steps you can take to rectify the problem: Contact LexisNexis: They’ll contact the insurance company that reported the issue and attempt to resolve any discrepancies on your behalf. Add a Personal Statement: You can add personal statements to your report.

Can I view my CLUE report online? To gain access to a CLUE report, you can: Request a CLUE report online. Call 888-497-0011. Email [email protected] What is the CLUE database? C.L.U.E. (Comprehensive Loss Underwriting Exchange) is a claims history database produced by consumer reporting agency LexisNexis® that enables insurance companies to access consumer claims information…