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(a) A licensee is not subject to the requirements for initial notice in 3 AAC 26.610(a) (2), the opt out requirements in 3 AAC 26.625 and 3 AAC 26.645, or the requirements in 3 AAC 26.660 if the licensee discloses nonpublic personal financial information to a nonaffiliated third party and the information is
(1) necessary to effect, administer, or enforce a transaction that a consumer requests or authorizes; or
(2) used in connection with
(A) servicing or processing an insurance product or service that a consumer requests or authorizes;
(B) maintaining or servicing a consumer's account with the licensee or with another entity as part of a private label credit card program or other extension of credit on behalf of the entity;
(C) a proposed or actual securitization, secondary market sale including the sale of servicing rights, or similar transaction related to a transaction of a consumer;
(D) reinsurance, stop-loss insurance, or excess loss insurance; or
(E) soliciting insurance quotes on behalf of a consumer from an insurance producer.
(b) For purposes of this section, a disclosure of information is necessary to effect, administer, or enforce a transaction if the disclosure is
(1) required in order to enforce a licensee's rights or the rights of another person engaged in carrying out the financial transaction or providing the product or service;
(2) required in order to
(A) carry out a transaction or service business of which the transaction is a part, and to record, service, or maintain the consumer's account in the ordinary course of providing an insurance product or service;
(B) administer or service benefits or claims relating to a transaction or a product or service business of which the transaction is a part;
(C) provide a confirmation, statement, or other record of a transaction or information on the status or value of an insurance product or service to the consumer or the consumer's insurance producer;
(D) accrue or recognize incentives or bonuses associated with the transaction that are provided by a licensee or other person;
(E) underwrite insurance at the consumer's request or for the following purposes in relation to a consumer's insurance:
(i) account administration;
(iii) investigating or preventing fraud or material misrepresentation;
(iv) processing premium payments;
(v) processing insurance claims;
(vi) administering insurance benefits, including utilization review activities;
(vii) participating in research projects;
(ix) as required or specifically allowed by federal or state law; or
(3) made in connection with
(A) the authorization, settlement, billing, processing, clearing, transferring, reconciling, or collection of amounts charged, debited, or otherwise paid by using a debit, credit, or other payment card, check or account number, or other means of payment;
(B) the transfer of receivables, accounts, or interest in the receivables or accounts; or
(C) the audit of debit, credit, or other payment information.
History: Eff. 1/1/2005, Register 172
Authority: AS 21.06.090
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