2018 Georgia Code
Title 33 - Insurance
Chapter 24 - Insurance Generally
Article 4 - Underwriting and Rate Risking
§ 33-24-93. Disclosure by insurer of use of credit information

Universal Citation: GA Code § 33-24-93 (2018)
  • (a) If an insurer writing personal insurance uses credit information in underwriting or rating a consumer, the insurer or its agent shall disclose, either on the insurance application or at the time the insurance application is taken, that it may obtain credit information in connection with such application. Such disclosure shall be either written or provided to an applicant in the same medium as the application for insurance. The insurer need not provide the disclosure statement required under this Code section to any insured on a renewal policy, if such consumer has previously been provided a disclosure statement.

  • (b) The disclosure required by this Code section shall be in substantially the following form: "In connection with this application for insurance, we may review your credit report or obtain or use a credit based insurance score based on the information contained in that credit report. We may use a third party in connection with the development of your insurance score."

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