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LexisNexis National Credit File Report – LexisNexis Risk Solutions Bureau

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We upgraded our request process! If you’d like to use the Internet to request your LexisNexis Full File Disclosure Report, go to SpecialScores.com. If you want to submit your request by telephone or mail, read below for instructions.

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We upgraded our request process! If you’d like to use the Internet to request your LexisNexis Full File Disclosure Report, go to SpecialScores.com. If you want to submit your request by telephone or mail, read below for instructions.

The LexisNexis National Credit File Report is a credit product from LexisNexis Risk Solutions Bureau LLC, a wholly owned subsidiary of Reed Elsevier, plc.

LexisNexis Risk Solutions, LLC – Consumer Care Center
P.O. Box 105108
Atlanta GA, 30348-5108
BUSINESS TELEPHONE: 1-877-719-8806

Background about the LexisNexis National Credit File Report from the LexisNexis Risk Solutions Bureau LLC

LexisNexis National Credit File is a detailed report that delivers insight on an applicant’s credit history and potential risk to help make faster policy decisions, optimize underwriting expenses and minimize risk. National Credit File delivers a comprehensive view into an applicant’s credit history and potential conditions that impact underwriting decisions.

According to the LexisNexis Risk Solutions Bureau website section on National Credit File, the LexisNexis

“National Credit File (NCF) provides online consumer credit reports to insurance carriers. The financial history of the applicant can be considered as part of assessing risk for quoting and underwriting purposes. NCF supports a common inquiry and results format for credit information obtained from the three major credit bureaus.”

Using the LexisNexis Risk Solutions patented linking technology and robust data assets, LexisNexis enhances history inquiry data to help provide improved accuracy, better hit rates and minimize false “no hits.”