31 December, 2020

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In connection with this insurance, we may have previously used a credit report or obtained or used a credit-based insurance score based on information contained in that report. We may obtain or use credit information provided again, upon renewal of policy. We will not review your credit report or obtain or use a credit-based insurance score in states where this is prohibited. An insurance score uses information from your credit report to help predict how often you are likely to file claims and how expensive those claims will be. Typical items from a credit report that could affect a score include, but are not limited to, the following: payment history, number of revolving accounts, number of new accounts, the presence of collection accounts, bankruptcies and foreclosures. The information used to develop the insurance score comes from TransUnion.