If an insurance producer conceals pertinent benefits, coverage’s or other provisions of any insurance policy to the claimant when they are pertinent to a claim, the act is considered?

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If an insurance producer conceals pertinent benefits, coverage’s or other provisions of any insurance policy to the claimant when they are pertinent to a claim, the act is considered?

A. Bartering

B. Misrepresentation of an application

C. Misrepresentation of provisions

D. Acceptable if it were not intentional

Answer: An insurance producer concealing from any first-party claimant the benefits, coverages or other provisions of any insurance policy when these benefits, coverages or other provisions are pertinent to a claim is considered misrepresentation of provisions. ——Misrepresentation of provisions

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