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The low price for this service seemed too good to be true. However, I've been using the service for over 10 years now and it has been consistently reliable in tracking compliance material in all 51 states. -- Director
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I actually unsubscribed when I got the free trial reports thinking it was just useless junk mail. Later on, when my boss told me that we needed to start tracking insurance bulletins in the states we wrote business in based on a market conduct fine, I remembered getting an email from this service and decided to check it out and get a free two-week trial. I loved the service and became a full subscriber. -- VP, Legal
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16+ Years of DOI bulletins