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The Colorado Division of Insurance performs both market conduct and financial examinations on insurance companies licensed to conduct business in the state. The exams determine compliance with Colorado insurance laws by identifying violations and ensuring company solvency.

* Agents/Producers must meet educational requirements to be licensed to sell insurance products.
* When getting quotes always get everything in writing.
* DO NOT drop health insurance if you enroll in a discount medical plan or medical services buying club.
* DO NOT give bank account numbers or credit card numbers until you actually decide to buy a product.

The Division of Insurance can be reached toll-free at 800-930-3745 or 303-894-7499. Their web site is at
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