Wrong information on a C.L.U.E. report can lead to higher insurance premiums.
Finding out that your insurance company has been charging you too much for insurance due to wrong information is infuriating. One of these sources of incorrect information can be your C.L.U.E. report.
Many times on these reports it will have you listed as being at fault for an accident when you really were not. This results in your insurance company adding surcharges to your policy for things that you did not do.
So, how do you get your C.L.U.E. report corrected? You go to the source.
Contact the insurance company that put the incorrect information in your C.L.U.E report and tell them that they need to correct your information. If they refuse, immediately contact the Insurance Commissioner for your state (or Department of Insurance) and file a complaint.
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