(A) enter into or offer a contract of insurance as an insurer, including the issuance or delivery of a policy or contract of insurance to a resident of that state or to a company, association or entity authorized to do business in this state, or the call for applications for such policies or contracts; Therefore, as a customer, be careful and try to avoid an effective guarantee payment during contract negotiations or try to include in the guarantee text a number of conditions of the underlying contract that must be met in order for the guarantor to pay. If there is trust between the two contracting parties, a guarantee, if necessary on first request, offers the beneficiary a nice additional protection to the contractual agreement. Specifically, a guarantee can only exist for a valid contract. The guarantor can therefore avail himself of all the exceptions of the principal debtor. . . .