Questions: Contact Shelley Taylor-Barnes at firstname.lastname@example.org or 410-375-6891Producer Licensing COVID-19 FAQs - Printer Friendly
Pursuant to Md. Code Ann., Insurance Article §10–103, an insurance producer license is not required for a person who does not receive any commission on policies written or sold and does not sell, solicit, or negotiate insurance. Below are a few examples of activities that may be performed without an insurance producer license:
14. There is a tax hold on my insurance license preventing me from renewing my insurance license online. What do I need to do?Please contact the Maryland Comptroller via email at: email@example.com. After the Comptroller releases the hold, the Maryland Insurance Administration will be able to verify the hold has been released. The Administration will then be able to remove the hold, which will allow you to submit your renewal online.
15. I recently completed my pre-licensing course, but was unable to schedule to take the examination because of the COVID-19 testing center closures. Will my pre-licensing provider extend access to their online course material so I can continue to study until the test centers re-open?A few of our Maryland approved pre-licensing providers have already confirmed that they are extending the access period to their online pre-licensing course materials due to the COVID-19 pandemic and test center closures. If you requested an extension and your pre-licensing provider is not extending access to the online course materials, please email your name, course provider name, course name, and course completion date to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Special Note: The Maryland Insurance Administration remains fully operational during the COVID-19 emergency. If you would like to file an insurance complaint, please use our online portal: https://enterprise.insurance.maryland.gov/consumer/ConsumerPortalWelcomePage.aspx
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