Why did I receive the TWIA Privacy Notice and Disclosure Limitation Reply Form?
TWIA has created a voluntary market depopulation program to give policyholders more options for windstorm and hail coverage. This program will allow private market insurance companies to access certain TWIA policyholder information via a password-protected web page. Insurance companies can then use this information to determine if they want to offer insurance to TWIA policyholders […]Read More
What information is available to carriers through the Voluntary Market Depopulation Program?
Available content will include policyholder name, address, policy number, policy effective date, coverage and premium information, and building characteristics. Social Security numbers, bank account information, and phone numbers will NOT be provided through the program.Read More
How will TWIA share my information with third parties?
The information will only be available to insurance companies authorized by the Texas Department of Insurance to write property insurance in Texas. TWIA does not give or sell your information to non-affiliated third parties except as required by law. You may opt out of the process and exclude your information from disclosure by completing the […]Read More
I opted out. When is the opt out effective?
Policyholders who completed and returned their Disclosure Limitation Reply (“Opt Out”) Form during the initial opt out period will not have their information included in the program. Following TWIA’s receipt of an Opt Out Form, the policyholder’s information will be excluded from the next month’s program data.Read More
I opted out but would like to receive offers of insurance from other insurance companies—what should I do?
Complete the attached Disclosure Limitation Release Form (Opt In) and return to TWIA by email at firstname.lastname@example.orgRead More