A nonprofit organization with a representative form of government and an elected officer that sells life insurance only to its members would be considered

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A nonprofit organization with a representative form of government and an elected officer that sells life insurance only to its members would be considered

A) a home service insurer

B) a service insurer

C) a fraternal benefit society

D) a risk retention group

Answer: a fraternal benefit society

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