At King Crop Insurance, Inc. we respect the privacy of all visitors to our web site. We do not require you to disclose any personal information without your consent, and the information you provide to us stays with us. We do not gather information on individual users on our web site.
We do collect and store information such as the name of the domain from which you are visiting our site, as well as the date and time you access our site, but the information we gather in this process is for the sole purpose of studying the traffic going into our site. This information is simply to tell us which areas of the site are of most interest to our visitors.
When you contact us by email, please keep in mind that your email address, as well as any other information that your email header discloses, will be revealed to us through the email. We will only use this information, however, for the specific purpose of responding to your comments or questions. Your email address will not be sold, nor will it be shared with others outside the agency unless we are required by law to do so.
Agents, Loss Adjusters and Policyholders
The following statements are made in accordance with the Privacy Act of 1974 (5 U.S.C. 552a): The Risk Management Agency (RMA) is authorized by the Federal Crop Insurance Act (7 U.S.C. 1501-1524) or other Acts, and the regulations promulgated there under, to solicit the information requested on documents established by RMA or by approved insurance providers (AIPs) that have been approved by the Federal Crop Insurance Corporation (FCIC) to deliver Federal crop insurance. The information is necessary for AIPs and RMA to operate the Federal crop insurance program, determine program eligibility, conduct statistical analysis, and ensure program integrity. Information provided herein may be furnished to other Federal, State, or local agencies, as required or permitted by law, law enforcement agencies, courts or adjudicative bodies, foreign agencies, magistrate, administrative tribunal, AIPs contractors and cooperators, Comprehensive Information Management System (CIMS), congressional offices, or entities under contract with RMA. For insurance agents, certain information may also be disclosed to the public to assist interested individuals in locating agents in a particular area. Disclosure of the information requested is voluntary. However, failure to correctly report the requested information may result in the rejection of this document by the AIP or RMA in accordance with the Standard Reinsurance Agreement between the AIP and FCIC, Federal regulations, or RMA-approved procedures and the denial of program eligibility or benefits derived there from. Also, failure to provide true and correct information may result in civil suit or criminal prosecution and the assessment of penalties or pursuit of other remedies.