New York City - The National Association of Insurance Commissioners (NAIC) has launched a comprehensive public education program to assist consumers with information about insurance issues.Under the banner of "Insure U," the campaign has two objectives: to help consumers get smart about insurance as their needs change at different life stages, and to educate them about how to avoid being scammed by fake insurance companies. The program includes an online education site and public service announcements in English and Spanish.

The Insure U curriculum, available at www.insureUonline.org, includes a basic introduction to the four major types of insurance--auto, home, life and health--as well as special considerations for young singles, young families, established families and empty nesters/seniors.

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