Bogus health insurance scams rob consumers of their hard-earned money and also leave them uncovered in the event that medical care is needed. … My Department is working together with OIR to actively seek out and hold accountable any agents involved in unauthorized insurance transactions. #

AIM is also known to do business under several other names, including: National Association of Business Leaders, Integrated Insurance Marketing and Commerce Benefits Group Agency. According to the press release, #

no entity under these names is currently authorized by the OIR to transact health insurance business in Florida. The OIR only authorizes insurers that have met Florida’s stringent statutory requirements. #

Those looking for further information regarding health insurance fraud can call the CFO Consumer Helpline at 877-MY-FL-CFO (877-693-5236). To verify the authorization of an insurance company visit floir.com. #

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