Well, the request is for giving more information on an unrelated issue. The doing of the application over, would that be the thing to do? The
other information originally given would have to be corrected with them by
telling them. If the application were withdrawn and reapplied for with them could they or would they consider the original and see the answers were different then would it be fraud or something else? Would they consider it denied if withdrawn and reapplied for with new answers? Is it already fraud or something else? The corrections could be made through their third party question service by calling and adding it, but is that then fraud? It could go there maybe through the agent. Most likely it can be added by their question service who sends the questions and answers to the underwriter.
So, I, want to know: if changes are made can it still be considered fraud because of the original mistakes? Does it matter if it is withdrawn before approval? Does that prevent the fraud? Are you saying the new application without approval of the first one with the same company with different answers is not considered fraud?
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