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Life Insurance Question from Fremont, California
Asked on 6/20/2019. This question has received 131 views.
Do insurance agents have moral, ethical, AND fiduciary duties to their customers? Or is it ONLY fiduciary duties? Or is it ALL of the above? This question was on an insurance test I was administered a few months ago. I am still unsure of the correct answer. Basically, the question asked what duty or duties the insurance agent had to their customer, with the choices being A) Moral B) Ethical C) Fiduciary D) All of the Above.
Answer given on June 24, 2019
contact the Dept of Insurance about this
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