2013 Maryland Code
§ 15-925 - Prohibited solicitations
(a) When soliciting the sale of a health insurance policy, a carrier or insurance producer may not knowingly offer a Medicare supplement policy to an individual not eligible for Medicare.
(b) A carrier or insurance producer may only sell or offer to sell a Medicare supplement policy to an individual eligible for Medicaid benefits in accordance with the provisions of 42 U.S.C. § 1395ss and this subtitle.
(c) A carrier or insurance producer may not negligently or knowingly sell or offer to sell to an individual a Medicare supplement policy that duplicates to any extent an existing Medicare supplement policy that covers that individual.
(d) A carrier or insurance producer may not use the terms “Medicare supplement”, “Medigap”, or other words of similar meaning in advertising or otherwise in soliciting the sale of a health insurance policy or other policy, unless the policy conforms to §§ 15-904, 15-906, 15-907, and 15-908 of this subtitle.
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