Help Desk

The Help Desk is available to assist with filing and technical questions Monday-Friday, 8 a.m.-5 p.m. CST.

Data exchanged within the SLTX online system is encrypted to provide web security to both the user and SLTX. No other user can access an individual’s transactions, and input is restricted to only those in an agency with registered user profiles.

Brokers have the option to file transactions via web entry or through automation. Web entry allows agency staff to input individual policy information into a web-based form. Automation allows large data submissions to be electronically submitted through the Internet.

Users who file through the system are able to correct errors as they are detected, and have access to monthly reports and invoices electronically.

Registering as an SLTX Online User

The first step to filing electronically with SLTX is to complete the registration below. SLTX will contact users to complete the registration process.

Once registration is complete, your agency will obtain access to the Online Filing System Test Environment, which allows users to become familiar with the system. Users are required to undergo training in the test environment prior to receiving access to the live environment.

Transactions entered in the test environment will not be applied in the live environment, but it allows users to confirm that they are using the correct data and to gain experience in Online Filing System.

System Registration

Broker/Agency Information




Broker/Agency Contact Information

Signature Authorization



By typing the name of the agency principal (authorizing this request), you are indicating that you have the authority to use in place of “legal signature”.

DISCLAIMER – IF THE USER MISREPRESENTS THEIR AUTHORITY, BY CLICKING SUBMIT, THE ENTITY WAIVES SLTX’S LIABILITY TO THE EXTENT POSSIBLE IN ACCORDANCE WITH TITLE 10 TEXAS BUSINESS AND COMMERCE CODE CHAPTER 322 REGARDING THE ELECTIVE METHOD OF UNIFORM ELECTRONIC TRANSACTIONS. THE LICENSED AGENCY PRINCIPAL MAY NOT TRANSFER OR DELEGATE AUTHORITY IN ACCORDANCE WITH TITLE 28 TEXAS ADMINISTRATIVE CODE SECTION 15.6 (d).