CCW Safe strives to protect and serve the best interests of our members before, during, and after any “Recognized Self-Defense Use of Force Incident”. CCW Safe is eager to welcome you to its membership community, and for the opportunity to provide you the services outlined in this Terms of Service Agreement and plan descriptions. Throughout this document the words “you” and “your” shall have the same meaning as “Covered Member” or “Additional Covered Member.” Under this document the word “Insured” and “the Company” refers to CCW Safe. CCW Safe hereby certifies that this Terms of Service Agreement is subject to all terms, exclusions, conditions and provisions of the policy and any amendments thereto, for each Covered Member enrolling or renewing membership with CCW Safe during the “Policy Period.”
You will be eligible for member services and benefits, according to your selected level of service, according to the membership terms and requirements described below:
- Member Requirements:
In accordance with your selected plan and level of service, any Covered Member must either have a valid state concealed weapon permit issued in Covered Member’s name, or, for active and retired law enforcement officers, be qualified and covered under “LEOSA-HR218”, and not be a prohibited person to possess a firearm by state or federal law to be eligible for any services offered by CCW Safe. It is the exclusive responsibility of the Covered Member to review and understand applicable laws and regulations on where and how Covered Member can legally possess and/or use a firearm.
Covered Member must agree to these Terms of Service, acknowledge Covered Member is not prohibited to be in possession of a firearm, remit payment for a selected level of service, and provide a complete and accurate application before Covered Member may become a CCW Safe Covered Member. Covered Member must maintain the accuracy of the application by supplementing or updating the information contained in the application by disclosing, through electronic mail to CCW Safe, any information materially related to the information requested in the application, for as long as Covered Member is a CCW Safe Covered Member. Any misrepresentations, omissions, or other inaccuracies, of any kind, in the information disclosed to CCW Safe through the application process, including, but not limited to, information regarding the existence or status of Covered Member’s state concealed weapon permit, status under LEOSA-HR218 for law enforcement applicants, eligibility to legally possess a firearm, or any other false information may result in termination or forfeiture of membership. The Covered Member’s application must be approved by CCW Safe before the Covered Member may become a CCW Safe Covered Member.
Note: If choosing to pay monthly, Covered Member acknowledges that the stated amount will be processed as a credit card transaction each month. In the event of a declined transaction, if the failed payment is not remedied within 48 hours and payment received by CCW Safe, the membership is voided and cancelled. In the event that a Covered Member wishes to cancel their membership and cease monthly payments, then Covered Member shall provide notice of such intent to CCW Safe by phone call to the non-emergency customer support line. There will be a 30-day notice provision following notification of intent to cancel membership. This means that if you cancel your membership on March 30th, cancellation will not be effective until April 30th. Any payments processed during this 30-day notice period are NOT subject to refund.
- Member Services & Coverage:
In accordance with your selected plan and level of service, if you hold a valid concealed weapon permit, are qualified under LEOSA-HR218, or are qualified for a “Provisional Membership Term”, and are in legal possession of your firearm or other weapon during a Recognized Self-Defense Use of Force Incident, CCW Safe will pay all the reasonable costs to defend Covered Member against criminal charges, civil suits, including pre-indictment investigation, and administrative claims against Covered Member’s permit arising out of the use of a legal firearm or other legal weapon during Recognized Self-Defense Use of Force Incident.
Member services apply only to a Recognized Self-Defense Use of Force Incident:
- That occurs during the Policy Period;
- Takes place in the “Policy Territory;”
- That occurs in a location that honors the Covered Member’s permit for legally licensed firearms to include states legally transporting firearm under your permit or where you have reciprocity; and
- That occurs in the Covered Member’s residence or any place a Covered Member can legally possess a firearm during the commission of a crime against the Covered Member, Covered Member’s family, or occupants of the location.
CCW Safe provides services when a Recognized Self-Defense Use of Force Incident occurs at a location in which you are allowed to be present and allowed to possess a firearm which you are legally entitled to possess, and are acting in self-defense. CCW Safe will provide services in connection with civil, criminal and administrative actions taken by a state, local, or federal government or regulatory agency which administers a state’s concealed carry permit system, related to Recognized Self-Defense Use of Force Incidents, which include proceedings related to:
- Any self-defense shooting occurring in any location that honors your concealed carry permit, with a legally licensed firearms according to the terms of your concealed carry permit.
- Any self-defense shooting occurring in any location that honors your permit(s) or license(s).
- Any self-defense shooting or use of force with any weapon or object or any legal firearm, even those weapons or objects outside the scope of your concealed carry permit, occurring in your “Residence Premises” during the commission of a crime against you, your family, or occupants of any place where you can legally possess a legal firearm and any self-defense shooting or use of force occurs with any weapon or object or any legal firearm, even those weapons or objects outside the scope of your concealed carry permit. A legal firearm includes any firearm that meets the applicable definition of “firearm” under state and federal laws.
- Any administrative action stemming from a Recognized Self-defense Use of Force Incident taken against your concealed handgun license in the state which issued your license.
- Criminal, administrative or civil actions brought against the Covered Member following a Recognized Self-Defense Use of Force Incident and stemming from one of the above described situations.
- Criminal Defense and Supplementary Payments:
Criminal defense and supplementary payments includes attorney’s fees for an experienced criminal defense lawyer, or civil lawyer as necessary, costs of investigation, expert witness fees, and other reasonable and necessary litigation expenses. CCW Safe membership also includes the costs of an appeal or a retrial. There is no fixed limit on the attorney’s fees or litigation costs.
CCW Safe will also pay all defense costs for any proceeding against the Covered Member and the following associated costs as expenses, depending on service plan:
- a. Bail premiums;
- b. Attorney consultation fee and retainer;
- c. Expert witness or expert consultant fees;
- d. Investigators cost and expenses;
- e. All reasonable expenses incurred by the CCW Safe to assist in the investigation or defense of the criminal charges; and
- f. All costs taxed against the Covered Member in any such proceeding;
CCW Safe will also pay all reasonable expenses incurred by CCW Safe for:
- a. Psychological counseling support for the Covered Member up to 40 sessions at a rate of up to $150 per session;
- b. Reimbursement for a firearm replacement, where lawful, for the Covered Member until their firearm is returned;
- c. Membership includes a work loss coverage up to $350 per day, depending on service plan, while the Covered Member is in criminal trial.
- d. Membership includes peer support by a former law enforcement officer who has been involved in shootings.
Membership includes “bail premium” paid for up to a $250,000, bond; or up to a $500,000, bond; or up to a $1,000,000 bond depending on your selected level of service or plan restrictions. CCW Safe will select a bondsman and make arrangements for obtaining the bond. CCW Safe will pay the bond premium for its Covered Members, which is typically up to 10% of the bond. CCW Safe does not put up the collateral for the bond, as this is the responsibility of the Covered Member to coordinate through the bondsmen. CCW Safe will facilitate acquisition of the bail bond and pay the premium, but not more than 10% of the listed bond. An example would be if the Covered Member received a $100,000 bond, CCW Safe would pay the $10,000 premium. The rest of that bond is secured by collateral of the Covered Member, if needed.
CCW Safe will also pay all premiums on bonds to release attachments for an amount, not in excess of the limits of liability of this policy, all premiums on appeal bonds required in any such defended suit, but without any obligation to apply for, or furnish such bonds. CCW Safe WILL NOT provide any collateral for any bonds.
Representation, under the selected level of service, shall relate to representation in a legal matter stemming from a Recognized Self-Defense Use of Force Incident, pursuant to a duly-licensed and in good standing concealed carry weapon permit, and the other mentioned requirements above, for the time period associated with your membership term, which commences upon approval of your application by CCW Safe and continues for one year from the date of approval of your application. Representation includes securing legal services and investigative services from CCW Safe network law firms and professional firms affiliated with or retained by network law firms. Covered Member acknowledges that CCW Safe does not provide legal advice, and Covered Member acknowledges that no attorney-client relationship is created between Covered Member and CCW Safe upon remitting membership payment for a selected level of service or acknowledgment of these Terms of Service by Covered Member.
Covered Member acknowledges that this is not an insurance product. Covered Member understands that this is a services agreement, therefore, any monetary judgments or fines rendered against a Covered Member, who does not have a plan that includes civil liability coverage, is the responsibility of the Covered Member. If a Covered Member has a civil damage coverage plan, or if a Covered Member has added the coverage to a plan prior to the Recognized Self-Defense Use of Force Incident, only then will the Covered Member be covered for up to $1,000,000 if not outside of coverage restrictions.
Although, CCW Safe will obtain and pay all legal services related to a Recognized Self-Defense Use of Force Incident, the Covered Member expressly and unconditionally releases without limitation and agrees to hold harmless CCW Safe from any claim, controversy, or dispute arising out of any legal services or other service rendered by a network law firm, its attorneys and other personnel, a professional firm or business affiliated with or retained by a network law firm, and its employees, contractors, or personnel.
4. Civil Coverage Acknowledgement:
Covered Member acknowledges that this is not an insurance product. Covered Member understands that this is a services agreement, therefore, any monetary judgments or fines rendered against a member, who does not have a plan that includes civil liability coverage, is the responsibility of the Covered Member. If a Covered Member has a civil damage coverage plan, or if a Covered Member has added the coverage to a plan prior to the Recognized Self-Defense Use of Force Incident, only then will the Covered Member be covered for up to $1,000,000 if not outside of coverage restrictions.
- Civil Coverage and Limits of Liability:
A CIVIL LIABILITY POLICY PROVIDES COVERAGE ON A CLAIMS MADE AND REPORTED BASIS SUBJECTED TO THE LIMITS OF LIABILITY, TERMS AND CONDITIONS DETAILED HEREIN. THIS POLICY APPLIES ONLY TO ANY CLAIM FIRST MADE BY THE INSURED ON BEHALF OF A “COVERED MEMBER” AND REPORTED TO THE INSURER DURING THE POLICY PERIOD OR ANY EXTENDED REPORTING THAT MAY APPLY.
Named Insured: CCW Safe, LLC – through 2A Insurance Company
2A INSURANCE is a segregated account of MADISON FIRST PROPERTY AND CASUALTY, LTD SAC, a Segregated Accounts Company registered under the Segregated Accounts Companies Act of 2004. This transaction, which is the subject of this document, relates to segregated account 2A INSURANCE.
Damages – Each Claim Limit: $1,000,000
Damages – Aggregate: $1,000,000
Civil liability coverage stemming from a Recognized Self-Defense Use of Force Incident offers coverage of $1,000,000 per incident, and $1,000,000 in the aggregate. Litigation fees and expenses are separate from the $1,000,000 liability coverage. For example, your $1,000,000 in civil damages protection is not consumed by the fees and costs of litigation. In states where a criminal conviction occurs, and where you are found guilty of a crime, and the law precludes the assertion of self-defense as a viable defense in a civil case, then the extent of liability damages protection is $100,000 per incident and $100,000 in the aggregate.
THIS IS TO CERTIFY THAT THE POLICIES OF INSURANCE LISTED BELOW HAVE BEEN ISSUED TO THE INSURED NAMED ABOVE FOR THE POLICY PERIOD INDICATED. NOTWITHSTANDING ANY REQUIREMENT, TERM OR CONDITION OF ANY CONTRACT OR OTHER DOCUMENT WITH RESPECT TO WHICH THIS CERTIFICATE MAY BE ISSUED OR MAY PERTAIN, THE INSURANCE AFFORDED BY THE POLICIES DESCRIBED HEREIN IS SUBJECT TO ALL THE TERMS, EXCLUSIONS AND CONDITIONS OF SUCH POLICIES.
- Civil Defense & Liability, Supplementary Payments:
With respect to any Recognized Self-Defense Use of Force Incident covered under this civil liability policy, CCW Safe shall pay for all costs of defense, subject to the limits of liability, which shall mean any costs incurred by you to:
Defend any suit against the Covered Member alleging such “Bodily Injury” or “Property Damage” and seeking “Damages” on account thereof, even if such suit is groundless, false, or fraudulent; but CCW Safe shall have the right to make such investigation of any claim or suit as may be deemed expedient by the CCW Safe, but CCW Safe will have no duty to defend the insured or member against any civil suit seeking damages for bodily injury or Property Damage to which this insurance does not apply.
Under a civil liability policy, CCW Safe will pay all reasonable expenses incurred by the CCW Safe in the investigation of any Recognized Self-Defense Use of Force Incident prior to any criminal charge or civil proceeding being made against the Covered Member, including but not limited to:
Attorney consultation fee, retainer, and fees for attorney to accompany Covered Member and/or the “Resident Family Member” to all meetings and interviews with authorities;
Expert witness or consultant fees;
Actual loss of Covered Member earnings up to $350 per day because of time off from work during the time of civil trial.
If a Covered Member has another insurance product, or legal services membership plan, the CCW Safe, upon notification by the Covered Member, will respond and begin services. If the Covered Member has any plans, policies, or memberships that offer any financial assistance toward their defense, the CCW Safe will work with the Covered Member to obtain any applicable financial assistance in connection with their defense. If there are conflicting terms between these terms contained herein and other policies or other membership plans, CCW Safe will attempt to negotiate resolution of such conflict in the best interest of the member. In the event of a Recognized Self-Defense Use of Force Incident, CCW Safe will work with the Covered Member to determine any and all polices of coverage or membership plans that may be utilized for the Covered Member’s benefit. Covered Member agrees to transfer any subrogation rights or interests from any employer, agent, agency, or policy to CCW Safe.
In the event the Covered Member or the insured’s other insurers elect not to appeal a judgement in excess of the other valid and collectible insurance limits, CCW Safe may elect to make such appeal at their cost and expense, and shall be liable for the taxable costs and disbursements and interest incidental thereto, but in no event shall the liability of CCW Safe for damages exceed the applicable limits of liability set forth in the notice of insurance issued to the respective Covered Member for any one “Occurrence” and in addition the cost an expense of such appeal.
In as much as this policy is excess coverage, any insured’s right of recovery against any person or other entity cannot be exclusively subrogated to CCW Safe. It is, therefore, understood and agreed that in case of a payment hereunder, CCW Safe will act in concert with all other concerned interests (including the Covered Member), in the exercises of such rights of recovery. The apportioning of any amounts which may be so recovered shall follow the principle that any interests (including the Covered Member) that have paid an amount over and above any payment received hereunder, shall first be reimbursed up to the amount paid by them; CCW Safe shall then be reimbursed out of any balance then remaining up to the amount paid hereunder; lastly, the interests (including the Covered Member) of whom this coverage is in excess are entitled to claim the residue, if any. Expenses necessary to the recovery of any such amounts shall be apportioned between the concerned interests (including the Covered Member), in the ratio of their respective recoveries hereunder.
Assignment of interest under this policy shall not bind CCW Safe until its consent is physically endorsed thereon in writing.
- Restrictions, Limitations, Notices and Exclusions:
CRIMINAL ACTS: CCW Safe will not provide the services if the use of force incident is an intentional criminal act (i.e. robbery) or where there is no admissible evidence of self-defense.
ACCIDENTAL DISCHARGE: CCW Safe will not provide the services if the incident is unintentional and considered an “Accidental Discharge”. This includes the unintentional use of any other legal weapon or force.
SUBSTANCES THAT ALTER JUDGMENT: CCW Safe will not provide the services if, at the time of a use of force incident, you are impaired in public or private property not of your own, by the use of alcohol, or controlled substances, or prescribed medication that alters judgment, or in any location you are in violation of state law or regulation concerning alcohol and drug use while in the possession of a firearm. This restriction is specific to any public place or private property not of your own.
DOMESTIC RELATIONSHIPS: CCW Safe will not provide the services for any domestic violence incident, criminal investigation, or prosecution arising from a use of force incident involving you and a current or former member of the household, including, but not limited to, a spouse, former spouse, adult or minor child, or involving those in a current or former dating relationship as defined in applicable state law.
INVALID PERMITS AND DISQUALIFICATION: CCW Safe will not provide the services if you no longer hold a valid concealed weapons permit, fail to qualify through LEOSA for law enforcement officers, fail to provide and maintain accurate and truthful information on any CCW Safe application, become subject to a condition which would preclude or disqualify you from holding a valid concealed weapons permit, or are otherwise no longer in good standing with CCW Safe.
OUTSIDE OF COVERAGE AREA: CCW Safe will not provide the services for a Covered Member of the Constitutional Carry Plan outside of the Covered Member’s recognized “Constitutional Carry” state. CCW Safe will not provide services if the Covered Member is not eligible by law or fails to meet the state requirements to carry within the Constitutional Carry state.
COVERAGE FOR ON-DUTY INCIDENTS: CCW Safe will not provide the services for any on-duty incidents or extra-duty security incidents to include, but not limited to, police officers, private investigators, correction officers, security guards, security forces, church security teams, bond agents, private investigators or military personnel, whether paid or volunteer. On-duty coverage shall be covered by the employing agency or the organization for whom the individual is working or volunteering. This includes all those hired to protect a location, individual or group, personal property and any other similar services. CCW Safe does not take the place of the employer or organization, who has a duty to defend the actions of its employee/agent officer. If a use of force incident is found to be outside the course and scope of employment, then CCW Safe would perform a coverage analysis to determine what coverage, if any, applies. CCW Safe will not provide the services for a Covered Member in violation of any restriction written in a plan description.
- Provisional Membership Terms:
There are three types of members covered through "Provisional Terms" and they are (1) spouses attached to a Dual Membership that do not have a valid CCW permit, (2) an individual single member who has passed all the state requirements (background check and training requirements if applicable) who is merely waiting for a permit to arrive, and (3) children under 18 years of age that are covered as a “Familial Status” designee.
Provisional Member (Spouse): The Provisional Term allows a spouse ONLY under a Dual Membership, who is not a person restricted from possessing a firearm, to receive services as an Additional Covered Member in the home, following legal vehicle transport and any place the spouse can legally possess a firearm without needed a CCW permit. The spouse must reside in the same Residence Premises and is covered for use of all legal weapons and physical force in response to a Recognized Self-defense Use of Force Incident following a life-threatening attack. The Policy Period matches that of the Covered Member’s and is terminated when the Covered Member terminates service or service is cancelled by any other means.
Provisional Member (Children): All designees under Familial Status that reside in the same Residence Premises as the Covered Member. The designees are covered even if they do not have a concealed carry permit and are covered for Recognized Self-defense Use of Force Incidents within the Residence Premises ONLY and are covered for use of all legal weapons and physical force in response to a Recognized Self-defense Use of Force Incident following a life-threatening attack. The bond for those covered under Familial Status is up to a $250,000 bond unless upgraded through a covered plan or add-on service cost. The Policy Period matches that of the Covered Member and is terminated when the Covered Member terminates service or service is cancelled by any other means. All home coverage restrictions still apply.
Provisional Member (Individual): The Provisional Term allows a member to receive services upon completion of a state required background check and concealed carry course (if part of process), with services continuing for up to 4-months to allow member to physically obtain a permit. The Provisional Term enables a Covered Member to receive services anywhere it is legal for member to possess a firearm (home, vehicle, public or private property the Covered Member is not trespassing). If the Covered Member under Provisional Term fails to provide CCW Safe with proof of valid permit within 4-months after signing up for service, then the membership shall be null and void without refund.
- Insurance Products and/or Other Legal Service Memberships:
If a Covered Member has an insurance product, or legal services membership plan, CCW Safe, upon notification by the Covered Member, will respond and begin services. If the Covered Member has any plans, policies, or memberships that offer any financial assistance toward their defense, CCW Safe will work with the Covered Member to obtain any applicable financial assistance in connection with their defense. If there are conflicting terms between these the terms herein and other policies or other membership plans, CCW Safe will attempt to negotiate resolution of such conflict in the best interest of the member. In the event of a Recognized Self-Defense Use of Force Incident, CCW Safe will work with the Covered Member to determine any and all polices of coverage or membership plans that may be utilized for the Covered Member’s benefit. Covered Member agrees to transfer any subrogation rights or interests from any employer, agent, agency, or policy to CCW Safe.
- Dispute Resolution:
Upon any dispute, claim, or controversy, of any kind, arising out of these Terms of Service, Covered Member acknowledges and agrees that any such dispute will first be submitted for resolution through mediation. If mediation is unsuccessful, however, the dispute, claim, or controversy shall be resolved through binding arbitration to occur in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma and administered according to the Commercial Arbitration Rules of the American Arbitration Association and applying the laws of the State of Oklahoma.
- Electronic Notices:
Covered Member agrees to receive any notice related to these Terms of Service by electronic mail. Covered Member agrees that any notice related to these Terms of Service shall be valid upon transmission of the notice by CCW Safe to Covered Member by electronic mail. Covered Member agrees to maintain a current email address with CCW Safe for purposes of receiving notifications.
- Rights Reserved to Increase Rates:
CCW Safe reserves the right to increase membership rates for recurring memberships, however, you are guaranteed that your rate will not increase during the year of that membership. Upon written notice by Covered Member to CCW Safe, CCW Safe can refund the membership in full in the first 30-days. After 30-days, and upon written notice by Covered Member to CCW Safe, the membership will be refunded at a prorated rate of the unused portion of the membership.
- False Reports & Abuse of Emergency Line:
CCW Safe provides its Covered Members access to a 24-hour hotline number. CCW Safe will charge $75 for false reports, “test” calls, and other abuses of the 24-hour hotline number. The 24-hour member hotline number is forwarded to multiple people, including multiple attorneys, investigators and administrative personnel. Abuses to the 24-hour member hotline can result in suspension of service.
- Entire Agreement, Non-Assignment, and Severability:
These Terms of Service are the final expression of the entire agreement between CCW Safe and the Covered Member, and supersede any and all prior agreements and understandings. These Terms of Service are divisible and separable. If any of the Terms of Service are found to be or becomes invalid, illegal, or unenforceable, such term or terms shall be reformed to approximate as nearly possible the intent of the CCW Safe and Covered Member, and the remainder of the terms shall not be affected thereby and shall remain valid and enforceable to the greatest extent permitted by law. Covered Member shall not assign or delegate any or all of its rights or obligations arising from these Terms of Service without written consent from CCW Safe and any such attempt of assignment or delegation shall be null and void.
Covered Member acknowledges that this Agreement creates certain legal rights and obligations between the CCW Safe and Covered Member, and acknowledges that Covered Member has had the opportunity to consult with legal counsel as Covered Member deems appropriate, and that Covered Member understands the terms of this Agreement.
- “Accidental Discharge” means the firing of a firearm at a time when the “Covered Member” does not intend to fire.
- “Automobile” means any land vehicle, trailer or semi-trailer designed for travel (including any machinery or apparatus attached thereto).
- “Covered Member” means a member is in good standing with CCW Safe at the time of the “Recognized Self- Defense Use of Force Incident” and whose requisite information has been included in the reporting you are required to provide the Company in accordance with this policy.
- “Damages” means the total sum which the Covered Member becomes legally obligated to pay as damages, whether by reason of adjudication or settlement, because of “bodily injury” or “property damage” covered by this policy but not covered by any other valid and collectible insurance, and shall not include expenses incurred by The Company in the investigation, negotiation, settlement, and defense of any claim or suit seeking such damages.
- “Familial status” is having one or more individuals under 18 years of age who reside with a parent or with another person with care and legal custody of that individual.
- “Firearm” means a weapon, other than a fully automatic weapon, from which a projectile is discharged by gunpowder or by pressure of compressed air.
- “Legally possessed firearm” means a “firearm” possessed by the Covered Member in accordance with any applicable local, state, federal, or provincial laws of the state or jurisdiction within which the “bodily injury” or “property damage” occurs.
- “LEOSA –HR218” means Law Enforcement Officer’s Safety Act.
- “Member’s Permit” means the Covered Member’s valid concealed carry permit(s) or license(s).
- “Occurrence” means a Recognized Self-Defense Use of Force Incident.
- “Policy Period” means a twelve (12) month period that begins with the coverage inception date for a Covered Member and continues for each twelve (12) month period thereafter.
- “Policy Territory” means the United States of America, and its fifty (50) recognized states (does not include US territories and possessions, US Virgin Islands, or Puerto Rico).
- “Property Damage” means physical injury to or destruction of tangible property during the Policy Period, including loss of use of that property. All such loss of use shall be deemed to occur at the time of the physical injury that caused it.
- A “Recognized Self-Defense Use of Force Incident” is an incident where force is used pursuant to a reasonable belief that use of deadly force is necessary to protect from imminent danger of death or great bodily harm. This includes any necessary force with all legal weapons and physical force to defend against a life-threatening attack in self-defense.
- “Residence Premises” means the one family dwelling or unit which is or will be the permanent or principal residence of the Covered Member for the majority of the year.
- “Resident Family Member” means spouse, legal partner or Familial Status designee.
- Purchase and Assent to Terms of Service:
By clicking below, Covered Member acknowledges that they have read, analyzed, understand, and agree to be bound by each and every term of these Terms of Service. By clicking below, Covered Member further acknowledges that they are unaware of any grounds or circumstances which would preclude their eligibility for CCW Safe membership. This membership is annual, and in effect for one year from the date your application is approved by CCW Safe. At the end of the year, your membership will automatically renew for continued service. Please include your state of residence and your concealed carry license number in the order notes at checkout. All verifications (ID or associated record copies) of military or law enforcement active or retired shall be forwarded to firstname.lastname@example.org to be filed and only updated if there is a status change.
Cancellation: COVERAGE FOR THE ABOVE NAMED COVERED MEMBER UNDER ANY OF THE ABOVE DESCRIBED POLICIES WILL AUTOMATICALLY TERMINATE UPON CANCELLATION OR NON-RENEWAL OF THE COVERED MEMBER'S MEMBERSHIP WITH CCW SAFE OR, THE FAILURE TO MAINTAIN SUCH MEMBERSHIP IN GOOD STANDING.
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