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Agent Responsibilities Concerning Unauthorized Entities Selling Insurance in Florida
An entity that is required to be licensed or
registered with the Florida Office of Insurance Regulation but is operating
without the proper authorization is identified as an unauthorized insurer.
All persons have the responsibility of conducting reasonable research to ensure
that they are not writing policies or placing business with an unauthorized
insurer. Any person who, directly or indirectly, aid or represent an
unauthorized insurer can lose their licenses or face other disciplinary
Please see section 626.901, Florida Statutes, to read the laws.
Lack of careful screening can result in significant financial loss to Florida
consumers due to unpaid claims and/or theft of premiums. Under Florida law, a
person can be charged with a third-degree felony and also held liable for any
unpaid claims and refund of premiums when representing an unauthorized insurer.
It is the person’s responsibility to give fair and accurate information
regarding the companies they represent.
Consumers and agents are encouraged to
establish the legitimacy of insurance entities with whom they are contemplating
conducting business within Florida through the department’s consumer helpline at
1-877-MY-FL-CFO (1-877-693-5236) or on-line at:
If unsure about the status of an insurer, call:
In Florida Toll-free Consumer Helpline:
Out-of-Florida Consumer Helpline: (850) 413-3089
Or visit: www.myfloridacfo.com/Division/Agents