(1) A broker, or provider licensed pursuant to this chapter, may conduct or participate in advertisements within this state. These advertisements shall comply with all advertising and marketing laws or rules adopted by the commissioner that are applicable to life insurers or to brokers, and providers licensed pursuant to this chapter.
(2) Advertisements shall be accurate, truthful, and not misleading in fact or by implication.
(3) A person or trust shall not:
(a) Directly or indirectly, market, advertise, solicit, or otherwise promote the purchase of a policy, not previously issued, for the sole purpose of, or with the primary emphasis on, settling the policy; or
(b) Use the words "free," "no cost," or words of similar import in the marketing, advertising, soliciting or otherwise promoting of the purchase of a policy.
[2009 c 104 § 10.]