1 California Senate Bill 620 Impacts agents selling in the state of California only. This information, as it relates to products offered by Security Benefit Life Insurance Company, is being provided to you to supplement your internal compliance and regulatory practices. CA SB 620 deals with sales and disclosures to seniors. Under the bill a senior is defined as a person 60 years of age and older under the free look provision and 65 years of age and older under the remaining provisions of the bill. The various sections of the bill have different effective dates as outlined in the summary below. Section 1 provides a list of improper advertisements and sales practices towards seniors. Section 1. Amends Section 787 of the Insurance Code Any advertisement or other device designed to produce leads based on a response from a potential insured which is directed towards persons age 65 or older shall prominently disclose that an agent may contact the applicant if that is the fact. In addition, an agent who makes contact with a person as a result of acquiring that person s name from a lead generating device shall disclose that fact in the initial contact with the person. (a) No insurer, agent, broker, solicitor, or other person or other entity shall solicit persons age 65 or older in California for the purchase of disability insurance, life insurance, or annuities through the use of a true or fictitious name which is deceptive or misleading with regard to the status, character, or proprietary or representative capacity of the entity or person, or to the true purpose of the advertisement. (b) For the purposes of this section, an advertisement includes envelopes, stationery, business cards, or other materials designed to describe and encourage the purchase of a policy or certificate of disability insurance, life insurance, or an annuity. (c) Advertisements shall not employ words, letters, initials, symbols, or other devices which are so similar to those used by governmental agencies, a nonprofit or charitable institution, senior organization, or other insurer that they could have the capacity or tendency to mislead the public. Examples of misleading materials, include, but are not limited to, those which imply any of the following: 1) The advertised coverages are somehow provided by or are endorsed by any governmental agencies, nonprofit or charitable institution or senior organizations. 2) The advertiser is the same as, is connected with, or is endorsed by governmental agencies, nonprofit or charitable institutions or senior organizations. 1
2 (d) No advertisement may use the name of a state or political subdivision thereof in a policy name or description. (e) No advertisement may use any name, service mark, slogan, symbol, or any device in any manner that implies that the insurer, or the policy or certificate advertised, or that any agency who may call upon the consumer in response to the advertisement, is connected with a governmental agency, such as the Social Security Administration. (f) No advertisement may imply that the reader may lose a right, or privilege, or benefits under federal, state, or local law if he or she fails to respond to the advertisement. (g) An insurer, agent, broker, or other entity may not use an address so as to mislead or deceive as to the true identity, location, or licensing status of the insurer, agent, broker, or other entity. (h) No insurer may use, in the trade name of its insurance policy or certificate, any terminology or words so similar to the name of a governmental agency or governmental program as to have the capacity or the tendency to confuse, deceive, or mislead a prospective purchaser. (i) All advertisements used by agents, producers, brokers, solicitors, or other persons for a policy of an insurer shall have written approval of the insurer before they may be used. (j) No insurer, agent, broker, or other entity may solicit a particular class by use of advertisements which state or imply that the occupational or other status of members of the class entitles them to reduced rates on a group or other basis when, in fact, the policy or certificate being advertised is sold on an individual basis at regular rates. (k) In addition to any other prohibition on untrue, deceptive, or misleading advertisements, no advertisement for an event where insurance products will be offered for sale may use the terms seminar, class, informational meeting, or substantially equivalent terms to characterize the purpose of the public gathering or event unless it adds the words and insurance sales presentation immediately following those terms in the same type size and font as those terms. Section 1 is effective January 1, Section 2 includes a supplementary list of circumstances where an annuity shall not be sold to a senior. Section 2. Adding Section to the Insurance Code (a) In addition to any other reasons that a sale of an individual annuity to a senior may violate any provision of law, an annuity shall not be sold to a senior in any of the following circumstances: 1. The senior s purpose in purchasing the annuity is to affect Medi-Cal eligibility and either of the following is true: A. The purchaser s assets are equal to or less than the community spouse resource allowance established annually by the State Department of Health Services pursuant to the Medi-Cal Act 2
3 [Chapter 7 (cite omitted) of Part 3 of Division 9 of the Welfare and Institutions Code]. B. The senior would otherwise qualify for Medi-Cal. 2. The senior s purpose in purchasing the annuity is to affect Medi-Cal eligibility and, after the purchase of the annuity, the senior or the senior s spouse would not qualify for Medi-Cal. (b) In the event that a fixed annuity specified in subdivision (a) is issued to a senior, the issuer shall rescind the contract and refund to the purchaser all premiums, fees, any interest earned under the terms of the contract, and costs paid for the annuity. This remedy shall be in addition to any other remedy that may be available. Section 2 is effective January 1, Section 3 applies to the sale, offer for sale or generation of leads for the sale of life insurance, including annuities, to senior insureds or prospective insureds by any person. A specific written notice is required. Additionally, the sales person is required to leave immediately if requested by the senior to do so. The sales person can not misrepresent the true status or mission of the contact. Section 3. Adding Section to the Insurance Code (a) This section applies to the sale, offering for sale, or generation of leads for the sale of life insurance, including annuities, to senior insureds or prospective insureds by any person. (b) Any person who meets with a senior in the senior s home is required to deliver a notice in writing to the senior no less than 24 hours prior to that individual s initial meeting in the senior s home. If the senior has an existing insurance relationship with an agent and requests a meeting with the agent in the senior s home the same day, a notice shall be delivered to the senior prior to the meeting. The notice shall be in substantially the following form, with the appropriate information inserted, in 14-point type: 1) During this visit or a follow-up visit, you will be given a sales presentation on the following [indicate all that apply]: i. Life insurance, including annuities ii. Other insurance products [specify]: 2) You have the right to have other persons present at the meeting, including family members, financial advisors or attorneys. 3) You have the right to end the meeting at any time. 4) You have the right to contact the Department of Insurance for information, or to file a complaint. [The notice shall include the consumer assistance telephone numbers at the department.] 5) The following individual will be coming to your home: [List all attendees, and insurance license information, if applicable.] (c) Upon contacting the senior in the senior s home, the person shall, before making any statement other than a greeting, or asking the senior any other questions, state that the purpose of the contact is to talk about insurance, or to gather information 3
4 for a follow-up visit to sell insurance, if that is the case, and state all of the following information: 1) The name and titles of all persons arriving at the senior s home. 2) The name of the insurer represented by the person, if known. (d) Each person attending a meeting with a senior shall provide the senior with a business card or other written identification stating the person s name, business address, telephone number, and any insurance license number. (e) The persons attending a meeting with a senior shall end all discussions and leave the home of the senior immediately after being asked to leave by the senior. (f) A person may not solicit a sale or order for the sale of an annuity or life insurance policy at the residence of a senior, in person or by telephone, by using any plan, scheme, or ruse that misrepresents the true status or mission of the contact. Section 3 is effective January 1, Section 4 prohibits fee sharing and other financial arrangements between an agent, broker or solicitor. Section 4. Adding Section 1724 to the Insurance Code An agent, broker, or solicitor who is not an active member of the State Bar of California may not share a commission or other compensation with an active member of the State Bar of California. For purposes of the section, commission or other compensation means pecuniary or non-pecuniary compensation of any kind relating to the sale or renewal of an insurance policy or certificate or an annuity, including, but not limited to, a bonus, gift, prize, award, or finder s fee. Section 4 is effective January 1, Section 5 requires all specified licensees to prominently print their state license number, telephone number, address or fax number and organizational names on all written price quotations for insurance products, business cards and advertisements. Additionally, beginning January 1, 2005 the word Insurance must be added to these same items in the type required by the statute. Penalties and exemptions are also set out in this section. Section 5. Amending Section of the Insurance Code (a) For purposes of Sections 32.5, 1625, 1626, , , 1765, 1800, 14020, 14021, and 15006, every licensee shall prominently affix, type, or cause to be printed on business cards, written price quotations for insurance products, and print advertisements distributed exclusively in California for insurance products its license number in type the same size as any indicated telephone number, address or fax number. If the licensee maintains more than one organization license, one of the organization license numbers is sufficient for compliance with this section. 4
5 (b) Effective January 1, 2005, for purposes of the Sections referenced in (a) above, every licensee shall prominently affix, type, or cause to be printed on business cards, written price quotations for insurance products, and print advertisements, distributed in California for insurance products, the word Insurance in type size no smaller than the largest indicated telephone number. (c) In the case of transactors, or agent and broker licensees, who are classified for licensing purposes as solicitors, working as exclusive employees of motor clubs, organizational licensee numbers shall be used. (d) Any person in violation of this section shall be subject to a fine levied by the commissioner in the amount of two hundred dollars ($200) for the first offense, five hundred dollars ($500) for the second offense, and one thousand dollars ($1,000) for the third and subsequent offenses. The penalty shall not exceed one thousand dollars ($1,000) for any one offense. These fines shall be deposited into the Insurance Fund. (e) A separate penalty shall not be imposed upon each piece of printed material that fails to conform to the requirements of this section. (f) If the commissioner finds that failure of a licensee to comply with the provisions of subdivisions (a) or (b) is due to reasonable cause or circumstances beyond the licensee s control, and occurred notwithstanding the exercise of ordinary care and in the absence of willful neglect, the licensee may be relieved of the penalty in subdivision (d). (g) A licensee seeking to be relieved of the penalty in subdivision (d) shall file with the department a statement with supporting documents setting forth the facts upon which the licensee bases its claim for relief. (h) This section does not apply to any person or entity that is not currently required to be licensed by California or that is exempted from licensure. (i) This section does not apply to general advertisements of motor clubs that merely list insurance products as one of several services offered by the motor club, and do not provide any details of the insurance products. (j) This section does not apply to life insurance policy illustrations required by Chapter 5.5 (commencing with Section ) of Part 2 of Division 2 or to life insurance cost indexes required by Chapter 5.6 (commencing with Section ) of Part 2 of Division 2. Section 5 is effective January 1, 2004, with the noted exception in (b) above. Section 6 establishes a new training requirement for agents selling life insurance and annuities. Section 6. Adding Section to the Insurance Code (a) Effective January 1, 2005, every life agent who sells annuities shall satisfactorily complete eight hours of training prior to soliciting individual consumers in order to sell annuities. (b) Effective January 1, 2005, every life agent who sells annuities shall satisfactorily complete four hours of training every two years prior to license renewal. For 5
6 resident agents, this requirement shall be part of, and not in addition to, the continuing education requirements of Section (c) The training required by this section shall be approved by the commissioner and shall consist of topics related to annuities, and California law, regulations, and requirements related to annuities, prohibited sales practices, the recognition of indicators that a prospective insured may lack the short-term memory or judgment to knowingly purchase an insurance product, and fraudulent and unfair trade practices. Subject matter determined by the commissioner to be primarily intended to promote the sale or marketing of annuities shall not qualify for credit towards the training requirement. Any course or seminar that is disapproved under the provisions of this section shall be presumed invalid for credit towards the training requirement of this section unless it is approved in writing by the commissioner. (d) The training requirements set forth in this section shall not apply to nonresident agents representing an insurer that is a direct response provider. For the purposes of this section, direct response provider means an insurer that meets each of the following criteria: (1) The insured does not initiate telephone contact with insureds or prospective insureds. (2) Agents of the insurer speak with insureds and prospective insured only be telephone, and at the request of the insureds or prospective insureds. (3) Agents of the insurer are assigned to speak with insureds or prospective insureds on a random basis, when contacted. (4) Agents of the insurer are salaried and do not receive commissions for sales or referrals. Section 6 is effective January 1, Section 7. Amending Section of the Insurance Code establishes a notice that must be printed on or attached to every policy or individual life insurance and every individual annuity contract that is initially delivered or issued for delivery to a senior citizen in California on or after July 1, There also continues to be a 30 day free look provision. The age of a senior citizen under this provision is 60 years of age or older. During the 30 day cancellation period, the premium for a variable annuity may be invested only in fixed income investments and money market funds, unless the investor specifically directs that the premium be invested in the mutual funds underlying the variable annuity contract. Return of the policy within the 30 day cancellation period shall have one of the following effects: (1) In the case of individual life insurance policies and variable annuity contracts for which the owner has not directed that the premium be invested in the mutual funds underlying the contract during the 6
7 cancellation period, return of the policy during the cancellation period shall have the effect of voiding the policy from the beginning, and the parties shall be in the same position as if no policy had been issued. All premiums paid and any policy fee paid for the policy shall be refunded by the insurer to the owner within 30 days from the date that the insurer is notified that the owner has canceled the policy. The premium and policy fee shall be refunded by the insurer to the owner within 30 days from the date that the insurer is notified that the owner has canceled the policy. (2) In the case of a variable annuity for which the owner has directed that the premium be invested in the mutual funds underlying the contract during the 30 day cancellation period, cancellation shall entitle the owner to a refund of the account value. The account value shall be refunded by the insurer to the owner within 30 days from the date that the insurer is notified that the owner has canceled the contract. This section does not apply to contributory and noncontributory employer group life insurance, contributory and noncontributory employer group annuity contracts, and group term life insurance, with the exception of the prorated refund provisions, as follows: If more than one month s premium is collected from a senior citizen at the time of the application or at the time of delivery of a group term life insurance policy or certificate, the insurer must provide the senior citizen a prorated refund of the premium if the senior citizen delivers a cancellation request to the insurer during the first 30 days of the policy. Security Benefit Life home office personnel will amend the policy contract pages to reflect the required free look disclosure, effective July 1, 2004 on both fixed annuity contracts and variable annuity contracts. Further, administratively, when a California resident 60 years of age or older exercises his or her 30 day free look right, the greater of premium received or contract value (less any value attributable to an extra credit provision on the contract) will be returned to the contract owner. This procedure will also be effective July 1, Section 8 establishes the actions that constitute a violation of this article with respect to an insured 65 years of age or older. Section 8. Amending Section of the Insurance Code (a) A violation of this article shall occur if an agent or insurer recommends the replacement or conservation of an existing policy by use of a materially inaccurate presentation or comparison of an existing contract s premiums and benefits or dividends and values, if any, or recommends that an insured 65 years of age or older purchase an unnecessary replacement annuity. (b) For purposes of this section, unnecessary replacement means the sale of an annuity to replace an existing annuity that requires that the insured will pay a surrender charge for the annuity that is being replaced and that does not confer a 7
8 substantial financial benefit over the life of the policy to the purchaser so that a reasonable person would believe that the purchase is unnecessary. (c) Patterns of action by policyowners who purchase replacement policies from the same agent after indicating on applications that replacement is not involved, shall constitute a rebuttable presumption of the agent s knowledge that replacement was intended in connection with the sale of those policies, and such patterns of action shall constitute a rebuttable presumption of the agent s intent to violate this article. (d) This article does not prohibit the use of additional material other than that which is required that is not in violation of this article or any other statute or regulation. 8
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