And I don’t see why anyone would want to preserve their proof of insurance long after that Issuer is gone?
Makoto, part of “ownership” includes not having ongoing dependency on the issuer.
Chris Jagers

Hi Chris. This is good point. I asked our insurance product manager and he mentioned that policy may need to get verified long after the policy becomes inactive or even the issuer is gone, in case like there were some accident caused by the bad design of an architect designed decade ago.

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