The Minnesota Eligibility Technology System (METS) is the property of the State of Minnesota and is subject to the Minnesota Government Data Practices Act.
In order to purchase insurance online through MNsure, an applicant will have to create a METS account. This account access is granted subject to compliance with law and the terms and conditions for use. You are responsible for maintaining confidentiality of your personal account information. MNsure applicants certify that the information provided is true and accurate. MNsure applicants and account holders have a duty to ensure the accuracy, relevance, timeliness and completeness of personally identifiable information, as is reasonably necessary, to assure fairness in making determinations about an individual. MNsure applicants and account holders may not knowingly or willfully conceal, remove, mutilate, obliterate, falsify or destroy information.
Providing false information or using information obtained through MNsure for unauthorized purposes is a violation of law and may subject you to criminal and/or civil penalties. Fraud, waste, abuse and any attempt to breach the security of the system are strictly prohibited, and any suspected misuse, fraud, waste or abuse should be reported by emailing MNsure at email@example.com or calling MNsure’s anonymous complaints telephone line at 1-844-466-7873.
MNsure applicants or individuals who provide and view information on behalf of household members, dependents, employees or others verify that they have the permission of the individual data subject, or are the legal guardian, or are otherwise authorized to access and submit the information, and must agree to safeguard it. Individuals who view or submit information on behalf of another individual also agree to only use personally identifiable information for the purpose of completing the proper application or as otherwise allowed by state or federal law and to safeguard the data from unauthorized access, use, modification, destruction, theft or disclosure.
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