The National Association of Insurance Commissioners (NAIC) has unveiled new rules to keep Americans safe when they go grocery shopping.
The rules aim to prevent fraudsters from getting around the new rules by requiring consumers to present the proper ID and proving they have a photo ID, as well as an ID issued by the state.
In the meantime, consumers will have to verify that they have the correct ID and that their photo is not fake.
The NAIC says it will “be issuing additional guidance to assist consumers and businesses in complying with the rule changes.”
The rules were issued Tuesday to ensure consumers are not deceived into buying fake IDs.
“We’re continuing to work closely with our insurance industry partners and consumers to develop a comprehensive set of information about the new regulations,” said Lisa Brown, a spokeswoman for the NAIC.
“NAIC has a long history of working with insurance companies to protect consumers from fraudulent claims.”