In the event your insurance premium is adversely impacted by your insurance score, MAX will provide you with details on how you may obtain a free copy of your report. In addition, if you then find there are errors in
This score would have no meaning to the member, nor anyone else. As a result, MAX will not share or discuss your insurance score or report details with anyone, including you. It is strictly used in the rating of the
MAX works with LexisNexis, a national leader in developing insurance scores among many other products. The insurance score is based on one’s credit information as noted above. Payment history, length of credit history and how much debt is carried are
This score helps us more accurately price our insurance products based on a member’s likelihood of having a claim.
No, insurance scores are not the same as credit scores. While they consider the same information, insurance scoring models are designed to help predict future claims. Credit scores are designed to aid financial institutions on the likelihood a client will