Terms and Conditions of the Website for Dyeco Insurance

Privacy

Effective July 1, 2009: In compliance with the United States Privacy Act of 1974, 5 U.S.C. § 552a, Dyeco Insurance Group, LLC (Dyeco) will verify three of the following five pieces of information prior to releasing any statements, documents, personal information, and/or policy information. The release of such information to any party other than Dyeco’s client is prohibited. The client shall grant a third party temporary or permanent access to such information with a signed written request faxed, scanned, or mailed to Dyeco. Verification Information Used: Last four digits of Client’s Social Security Number (SSN) or Federal Tax Identification Number (FEIN), Client’s Date of Birth, Client’s Telephone Numbers on File, Mailing and/or Physical Address, How Many Policies Client holds with Dyeco.

Not Binding

The information published on Dyeco’s web site does not warrant or provide insurance coverage by any means. This web site is not binding and has no legal authority over insurance, company bylaws, claims, payments, quotes, applications, or online forms. Dyeco does not guarantee any illustrations displayed on its web site. Information entered and collected by User input on the web site releases and holds Dyeco harmless from any error and/or omissions should the information be used for the User to purchase insurance and/or make changes to the User’s current and/or past policy (ies) serviced by Dyeco. Please Note: Except as provided by your current insurance policy no coverage is bound until requested in writing and confirmed by an authorized agent. Statements published on this web site should be interpreted for informational purposes only and does not legally obligate Dyeco to any statement posted. This web site does not represent any consultation for insurance.

Certificates of Insurance

According to the code of the Commonwealth of Virginia §38.2-518 (Certificates of Insurance) this agency complies with the following. 1. No person shall issue or deliver any certificate of insurance that attempts to confer any rights upon a third party beyond what the referenced policy of insurance expressly provides. 2. No certificate of insurance may represent an insurer’s obligation to give notice of cancellation or nonrenewal to a third party unless the giving of such notice is required by the policy. 3. No person shall knowingly demand or require the issuance of a certificate of insurance from an insurer, insurance producer, or policyholder that contains any false or misleading information concerning the policy of insurance to which the certificate makes reference. 4. No person shall knowingly prepare or issue a certificate of insurance that contains any false or misleading information or that purports to affirmatively or negatively alter, amend, or extend the coverage provided by the policy of insurance to which the certificate makes reference. To learn more about this code, please visit http://leg1.state.va.us/cgi-bin/legp504.exe?000+cod+38.2-518.

External Links

External links and web sites not associated with Dyeco provide their own privacy and disclaimer notices, which you are subject to reading and understanding prior to interacting with that association’s web site. Dyeco is not responsible for the content, statements, and literature contained on those associations’ web sites and does not guarantee its business relationship with those associations.