I listed in Part One four opt-out resources for consumers who want to exercise control to limit the distribution of their personal data among companies and creditors. According to the Truston ID-Theft blog, there is a fifth resource for consumers:
Here’s some good advice from Clark Howard on yet another database that keeps records on you related to your auto and homeowners’ insurance. According to Clark’s tip, it is called the C.L.U.E. report and you should check what yours says about you.
Apparently, your C.L.U.E. report is a file that insurance companies use about whether to offer insurance to you. And, the insurance companies insert notes into your C.L.U.E. report. You can order a free C.L.U.E. report once each year, just like a free credit report. I'd never heard about this C.L.U.E. report before. Have you?
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