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Consent to Rate- Three Tips for NC Homeowners

Your insurer is demanding consent for a higher premium – what are your options? An increasing number of North Carolinians are receiving “consent to rate” letters from their homeowners insurance companies. These letters inform consumers that unless they consent to pay premiums higher than the state maximum set by the Insurance Commissioner, the insurance company may drop the consumers from their coverage plan. If you receive one of these letters, don’t panic, but don’t ignore the letter. Instead, take a few simple steps to ensure you receive fair and affordable coverage for yourself and your family.


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Monday, February 09, 2015 at 01:30 PM · 1 rsvp
Call in number 336-790-5857

Telephone Town Hall

Want to know how state policy affects your bottom line?  Interested in how bills in the legislature can harm your clients?

Then join us on Monday, February 9, at 1:30 pm for our first-ever Telephone Town Hall, hosted by the North Carolina Homeowners Alliance.

NCAR President Tony Smith will moderate the live, statewide conference call.  Chief Lobbyist Cady Thomas and Director of Public Policy Robert Broome will field questions from NCAR members on current threats to our industry.

Although capacity is limited, those who join the call will be able to pose questions for Cady and Rob.  The call will last no longer than 30 minutes and will begin promptly at 1:30 pm.  Here is the dial-in number you will need for the call: 336-790-5857.

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