After my post on requesting your CLUE reports , Reader Bob sent me an exceptionally long and comprehensive list of all the specialty consumer reports that you are entitled to every year. When I wrote my first request your specialty report post , I had about half a dozen… this expands the list by a lot.
I was amazed by the sheer number of companies that collect information about me. I was aware of the credit report companies, LexisNexis, and ChoicePoint, but there are a lot of smaller companies collecting data like rental history that I’ve never heard of. While I’ve never been too fearful of the idea of Big Brother, the number of companies collecting information about me, and you, is a little disconcerting!
- Equifax, Experian, TransUnion – All available via AnnualCreditReport.com .
- Innovis 
- Payment Reporting Builds Credit (PRBC) 
Employment History Reports
- The Work Number  – Entitled to one copy of your Employment Data Report which includes employment and income information from your employers who send data to The Work Number, information about lenders, credit agencies, and other verifiers that have received your data, any messages, alerts, or statements you have requested be put in your data file.
- ChoicePoint  – The ChoicePoint Workplace Solutions Inc. Employment History report contains information related to your employment history as well as other information regarding your background. Also available free once a year.
- Acxiom 
Auto & Home Insurance Claim Reports
- ChoicePoint  – CLUE Reports.
- Insurance Services Office (ISO)  – A-PLUS will provide one free loss-history report in any 12-month period.
Tenant History Reports
- ChoicePoint  – Tenant history report, the Resident Data Inc. Tenant History report contains information related to your tenant history as well as other information regarding your background.
- First Advantage SafeRent 
- Tenant Data Services 
- RentBureau 
Full File Disclosure/Personal Information Reports
Check Writing Reports
- ChexSystems  – Under the Fair and Accurate Credit Transaction Act (FACTA) amendments to the federal Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA), you are entitled to a free copy of your consumer report, at your request, once every 12 months.
- TeleCheck  – Available once every 12 months for free via psotal mail request.
Health History Reports
- Medical Information Bureau (MIB) 
- Prescription Drug Purchase History Reports – Ingenix MedPoint 
- Prescription Drug Purchase History Reports – Milliman IntelliScript 
- Social Security Statement – Social Security Administration 
- Purchase Returns History Reports – Retail Equation 
- Gaming Patron’s Credit History and Transaction Data – Central Credit 
- TeleTrack 
- Utilities & Telecommunications Reports – National Consumer Telecom and Utilities Exchange, Inc (NCTUE)  – Call 1-888-201-5643 for reports
According to Bob, he compiled this list of consumer reports by using information extracted from the following sources: ConsumerReports.org , PrivacyRights.org , Bankrate , ListSergeant.com , MyFico.com , and CreditBoards.com .
If you know of any specialty consumer reports that aren’t on this list, let me know and I’ll include it.