You can get your LexisNexis report by going to the company’s website, calling 1-866-897-8126, or mailing a printable request form. You will need to provide your first and last name, address, date of birth, and either your SSN or your driver’s license number and state to request your LexisNexis report.
Ways To Get Your LexisNexis Report
- Online through the company's website
- Over the phone by calling 866-897-8126
- Through the mail using a request form
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). LexisNexis customer representatives say that consumers do not need to pay for additional copies of their own report, either.
Requesting a LexisNexis report online is the easiest option for most people. But if you want to get a copy in the mail, send the printable request form to this address:
LexisNexis Risk Solutions Consumer Center
P.O. Box 105108
Atlanta, GA 30348-5108
What to Expect from a LexisNexis Report
LexisNexis is a consumer reporting agency that provides information about individuals to various organizations, including banks, insurance companies, and governments. When you request a report from LexisNexis, you will receive a Consumer Disclosure Report.
Consumer Disclosure Reports from LexisNexis Include:
- The consumer’s C.L.U.E. report
- Real estate transaction and ownership data
- Records of liens, judgements, and bankruptcy
- Previous addresses
- Public records information
A consumer’s C.L.U.E. report contains up to seven years of information on their insurance claims history. Insurance companies will request an individual’s C.L.U.E. report to help determine how much of a risk they present.
For more information, check out WalletHub’s guide to C.L.U.E. reports.
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