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Can you get a insurance license with a felony theft charge?

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Depends on what the felony was for...if it was for some type of fraud or embezzlement, forget it. If it was for something else, there's a chance and depends on the state where you live.

Please provide more information on the felony. Which state are you from? You can contact your state's insurance license department and check if they will let you take the insurance license exam.
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