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into My Insurance Log
is yours - and yours alone. It is intended to help you organize and store important information under your exclusive control.
The creators of this tool, the American Council of Life Insurers
no access to it and can never share or distribute your
As with all sensitive, personal information you should take steps to keep
My Insurance Log protected. If you store My Insurance Log on a computer, experts
recommend using strong passwords, encryption and anti-spyware software to keep
your computer and the information stored there safe and secure. If you print a hard
copy of My Insurance Log you should store it in a safe and secure place
with other important documents.
If your Insurance Log becomes lost or stolen, you should take immediate steps to
protect yourself from identity theft and other threats by immediately
contacting your insurers and other financial institutions.
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