LexisNexis Risk Solutions is a consumer reporting agency that provides information about consumers to businesses and government agencies. The reports provided by LexisNexis Risk solutions are used by debt collection agencies, creditors, banks, insurance companies, healthcare providers, law enforcement and more.
LexisNexis Risk Solutions collects and reports consumers’ data from public records and their own proprietary data sources.
Two LexisNexis reporting services that we commonly hear complaints about are LexisNexis Accurint and LexisNexis C.L.U.E.
LexisNexis C.L.U.E. auto and property reports include auto and property information of consumers for insurance companies. These reports include loss and claims information, transaction information, ownership, liens, judgments, addresses and more.
LexisNexis Risk Solutions is a large consumer reporting agency that provides information to a wide range of industries. These reports can contain credit history, criminal history, information about property, debt, and more. Errors on LexisNexis reports can be damaging.
LexisNexis Report errors can cause:
Under the Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA) you have the right to dispute inaccurate information on your report. If a LexisNexis Risk Solutions report is used against you, you must be notified. The notification you receive is generally and adverse action letter. To learn more about about the report and to dispute information you can contact the LexisNexis Consumer Center at 1-800-456-6004.
Consumer reporting agencies have 30 days to investigate disputes and correct any incorrect information.
If you have inaccurate information on your LexisNexis Risk Solutions Reports and as a result you have had any of the following happen to you, you may have a case:
If any of these sound like your situation, fill out the form on this page or call us now to get a free case review. There is no obligation and if you have a case no out-of-pocket cost to you.
Judy Ann Sego v. LexisNexis Risk Solutions Inc. – N.D. GA – Plaintiff is listed as deceased on two accounts on her LexisNexis report. Plaintiff is not deceased. Plaintiff disputed the deceased notation to LexisNexis, but LexisNexis verified it and continues to report her as deceased. As a result of this inaccurate reporting, Plaintiff has lost opportunities to obtain credit.
Dabney v. LexisNexis Plaintiff went through the required procedures to permanently change their name. Following the name change, LexisNexis Risk Solutions created a new profile for Plaintiff, and when selling Plaintiff’s reports for insurance purposes failed to include all prior insurance history that predated the name change. Plaintiff disputed on numerous occasions, but LexisNexis Risk Solutions failed to correct the issue. As a result of the truncated history, Plaintiff was subject to increased insurance premiums.
Patrick Harris v. LexisNexis – Mr. Harris was given adverse auto insurance rates due to inaccurate information being reported about him on his Lexis consumer report. The inaccurate information was three auto accidents and a property damage claim that did not belong to him. Further, Mr. Harris contacted LexisNexis on at least one occasion to request all information in his file, and specifically the source of the inaccurate information that was reporting. On each occasion LexisNexis failed to provide the source of all information on his report and in his consumer file. Plaintiff also disputed the inaccurate information to LexisNexis, but LexisNexis failed to conduct a reasonable investigation and continued to report the inaccurate information.
The consumer protection attorneys at Francis Mailman Soumilas have been fighting for consumers like you for over 20 years. If you have a case there is no out of pocket cost to you.
Assert your rights under the FCRA and call us now at 1-877-735-8600 or fill out the form on this page to find out if you have a case against LexisNexis Risk Solutions.
Mailing Address: LexisNexis Risk Solutions
P.O. Box 105108
Atlanta, GA 30348-5108
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