- When your potential customers call the Insurance Licensing Section to ask whether you are authorized to represent particular insurance companies, it is important that the insurance companies provide the correct information.
- Arizona law requires license applicants (other than broker or adjuster) to identify the insurers they will be authorized to represent when licensed.
- Your failure to provide the full and complete information may delay or prevent your becoming licensed. If you do not know the full name and NAIC numbers of each of the insurers you will be authorized to represent in Arizona, contact the individual(s) for whom you will be working.
If you know the name but need the NAIC number of an insurance company check here: http://www.state.az.us/id/naicnumbers/index.html.
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