Consumer Access

Obtaining copies of information about you


Upon request and with proper identification (as explained below), LexisNexis Risk Solutions FL Inc. ("LexisNexis") will provide individuals with a copy of the Accurint Comprehensive Report or with a copy of the Accurint for Collections Contact & Locate Comprehensive Report.

What types of information are included in the Accurint Comprehensive Report?


An Accurint Comprehensive Report includes public record, non-public information and publicly available information. View a sample person report.

Public records are those records created and maintained by government agencies and that are open for public inspection. This includes information such as real estate title records, liens, death records, and motor vehicle registrations.

Non-public information is information about an individual obtained from a source that is privately owned and that is not available to the general public. Non-public information may include the following data elements: current and previous addresses; Social Security Number; previous names used, such as alias names, maiden names or previous married names; birth date information; and/or telephone numbers.

Publicly available information is information about an individual that is available to the general public from non-governmental sources such as newspapers, magazine articles and telephone directories.

What types of information are included in the Accurint for Collections -- Contact and Locate Comprehensive Report?


An Accurint for Collections -- Contact and Locate Comprehensive Report includes public record, non-public information and publicly available information intended to be used by debt collectors to locate individuals and assets for repossession. View a sample Accurint for Collections -- Contact and Locate Comprehensive Report.

Public records are those records created and maintained by government agencies and that are open for public inspection. This includes information such as: certain data elements from professional licenses records; voter registration records; and motor vehicle registrations.

Non-public information is information about an individual obtained from a source that is privately owned and that is not available to the general public. Non-public information may include the following data elements: current and previous addresses; previous names used, such as alias names, maiden names or previous married names; and/or telephone numbers.

Publicly available information is information about an individual that is available to the general public from non-governmental sources such as newspapers, magazine articles and telephone directories.

How do I request a copy of my Accurint Comprehensive Report or the Accurint for Collections -- Contact and Locate Comprehensive Report?


PLEASE NOTE: Information submitted to LexisNexis as part of a request for a copy of information about yourself will be used solely in fulfillment of that request for information and for no other purpose.

You can order a copy of the Accurint Comprehensive Report about yourself by completing this printable form and providing a photocopy of one item from Column A and a photocopy of one item from Column B unless the government issued ID contains your current address or by faxing 866-414-4436.

You can order a copy of the Accurint for Collections -- Contact and Locate Comprehensive Report about yourself by completing this printable form and providing a photocopy of one item from Column A and a photocopy of one item from Column B unless the government issued ID contains your current address or by faxing 866-414-4436 or by calling 866-868-9534.


Column A:
Identification Documents


Column B:
Proof of Mailing Address (must reference the Requestor's Name and Mailing Address)

Driver's License (not expired)

Major Credit Card Billing Statement*

State Issued ID Card (not expired)

Major Bank Statement*

Social Security Card

Major Gas Company Credit Card Billing Statement*

Canadian Issued Driver's License (not expired)

Major Department Store Credit Card Billing Statement*

Utility Bill* (Gas, Electric, Water, Sewer, or Cable/Satellite-Dish)

 

Telephone Bill*

 

Major Cell Phone Service Provider Bill*

 

Insurance Declaration Page (must be in effect - not expired) Please do not send your insurance card or insurance statement

 

Property Tax Bill (for most current year or year immediately preceding)**

 

Property Deed** Please do not send your Property Tax Receipt

*Documents should be dated within the preceding two months.
**Submit this ADDITIONAL document if information requested is for a second home or rental property and not your primary mailing address.

How long will it take to receive my Accurint Comprehensive Report or Accurint for Collections --Contact and Locate Comprehensive Report?


Your Accurint Comprehensive Report or Accurint for Collections -- Contact and Locate Comprehensive Report will be returned to you via the U.S. mail in approximately 30 to 60 days after LexisNexis receives proof of your identification. LexisNexis must verify your name and address before processing this request to ensure your personal privacy.

Can I order another individual's Accurint Comprehensive Report or Accurint for Collections -- Contact and Locate Comprehensive Report?


No, you may order an Accurint Comprehensive Report or an Accurint for Collections-- Contact and Locate Comprehensive Report pertaining only to yourself. LexisNexis takes cautionary steps to protect your privacy and to prevent others from obtaining a copy of your information. Also, you must be over 18 to order a copy of your person report. A government-issued ID is required to process your order.

How do I submit a statement* regarding an address or phone number that appears in the Accurint for Collections -- Contact and Locate product?


LexisNexis offers individuals the ability to submit a statement if their address or phone number which appears in the Accurint for Collections -- Contact & Locate product should not be used to collect a specific debt. Should you elect to submit a statement regarding a phone number or address, the statement will be added to a database accessible by LexisNexis debt collection customers.

If you would like to submit a statement regarding an address or phone number that should not be used to collect a specific debt, please fill out the attached form and return it to us.

If you have any further questions, you may contact us by phone at 866-868-9534. The LexisNexis Consumer Center's hours of operation are Monday – Friday from 8 AM to 7 PM Eastern Time, excluding major holidays.

*LexisNexis reserves the right to limit statements to 100 words