Apr 8, 2011

Don’t Be CLUE-less When It Comes to Insuring Your House or Vehicles
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You’re about to buy a new home or new car and you believe you’ve found the perfect one for you.  You need to insure your new treasure, but for some reason you can’t find a carrier to cover it.  Is there any way you can find out why you seem to be uninsurable?  The answer is simple, get clued in with CLUE.

CLUE, also known as Comprehensive Loss Underwriting Exchange, is a database of consumer claims compiled by a company called ChoicePoint that insurance companies access when they are underwriting or rating a homeowner’s or auto insurance policy.  An insurer can request a report for a piece of personal property that it is underwriting and receive claims information provided by the insurance companies who previously insured the property.  This report also includes details such as the policyholder name, policy number, date of loss, type of loss, amounts paid, and a description of the property covered.  The database contains up to 5 years of personal property claims history.

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