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Health insurance telemarketer may be forced to pay $82 million if FCC gets its way

The Federal Communications Commission proposed the fine as a penalty for illegal nationwide robocalls. The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) proposed an $82 million fine for illegal health insurance telemarketer actions involving robocalls across the country. The fine would be applied against a man from North Carolina and […]

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Wells Fargo insurance customers seek credit repair for auto policy scandal

Borrowers forced to pay for unnecessary auto policies now want the damage to their credit scores fixed. New developments have arisen as a result of the Wells Fargo insurance scandal as customers seek to put right the damage done to their credit. Many of the customers have […]

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Kanye West insurance lawsuit worth $10 million following tour cancellation

The performer filed the suit against a number of Lloyd’s of London syndicates, alleging lack of payment. The Kanye West insurance lawsuit has hit the news headlines as the celebrity claims his insurers aren’t paying his due amount following the cancellation of his performance tour. The entertainer […]

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Farmers insurance drone program takes off

The insurer has become the latest among the large companies to use unmanned aerial aircraft systems (UAS). The Farmers Insurance drone program had its official launch yesterday as the insurer rolled out a fleet of the devices. These unmanned aerial aircraft systems (UAS) will be used to […]

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Wells Fargo insurance scheme brings lawsuit from customers

Borrowers forcibly made to purchase auto coverage they didn’t need are suing the bank for scamming them. Wells Fargo & Co has been accused of running an insurance scheme, as was reported yesterday by Live Insurance News, and now affected customers are filing a lawsuit against the […]

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Wells Fargo auto insurance forced on borrowers who didn’t need it

The bank charged customers for unnecessary coverage, leading to 25,000 wrongful vehicle repossessions. A new report determined Wells Fargo auto insurance was forcibly sold to customers who did not require this coverage. As a result of the bank’s activity, there were approximately 25,000 wrongful vehicle repossessions. Over […]

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Health insurance penalty for failing to purchase coverage will remain

Those opposed to the Affordable Care Act once again failed to pass the whittled-down version of the GOP legislation. The latest attempt by opponents of the Affordable Care Act (ACA) to remove the health insurance penalty for not being adequately covered have failed yet again in passing […]

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Georgia auto insurance rates are headed through the roof yet again

For the third consecutive year, Georgian drivers will face higher premiums for their coverage. Georgia auto insurance rates are headed skyward once again, making this the third year in a row drivers in the state are paying more. This also makes it the third straight year that […]

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Allstate offers tornado damage assessment advice to homeowners

The insurance company has been issuing advice to homeowners in areas where twisters have touched down. Following a twister that touched down in Maryland, along the state’s Eastern Shore, Allstate has been providing tornado damage assessment recommendations to residents of the area. The insurance company is providing […]

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Federal flood insurance program swamped by repeat claims

NFIP struggles with debate over paying one claim after the next or supporting structure elevations. The federal flood insurance is finding itself drowning in repeat claims made by the same properties that experience regular flooding. At the same time that Congress is trying to work its way […]

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