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Stop and refrain from ordering to Four Companies Allegedly
Sell Home Guarantees Without Licensing The California Department of Insurance announced on September 7, 2021 that it has issued termination and suspension orders, with immediate effect
to four companies alleged to be engaged in selling home warranty agreements in California without proper permission.
According to the order, the companies must immediately stop selling the contracts. To protect consumers from fraud, all companies that market and sell home warranty contracts to California consumers must be licensed by the Department of Insurance.
"California consumers place their trust in home warranty companies to provide coverage in the event of a breakdown," said Insurance Commissioner Ricardo Lara. “Our licensing process is designed to protect consumers and ensure ethical standards and practices. Our
team works diligently to help companies understand and meet these standards, and when they do not, we take decisive action. ” Cease and Desist Order issued to:
• Complete Care Home Warranty, LLC
• Global Home Protection, LLC
• Fundamental America, LLC, do business as Priority Home Guarantee
• First Premiere Home Guarantee
The institution initiated an investigation after receiving a complaint from a consumer claiming that these unlicensed Home Guarantee Companies marketed and sold their plans in California. During the survey, departmental investigators, using aliases, visited each of the companies' websites and received several coverage proposals for California addresses. After first receiving the quotes via e-mail, the companies then sent several follow-up e-mails to the investigators in an attempt to sell the guarantee agreements. Consumers are advised to check the license status of a company before purchasing a policy and contact the department at 800-927-
4357 if they suspect they may be the victim of fraud.  Prosecution against insurance fraud is dropped due to insufficient presentation for Grand
J ury Prosecutor incorrectly reliable about the insurer's fraud Investigator's inadequate investigation to prosecute physician and assistant
New Jersey State Insurance Act requires insurers to maintain a special investigation unit (SIU) to investigate and report insurance fraud to the state. After the report has been made, the state must carry out its own investigation to determine whether a fraud can be prosecuted. I State Of New Jersey v. Yvonne Jeannotte-Rodriguez, Marta I. Gal Van, Lisa Ferraro No. A-4361-19, A-4371-19, A-4374-19, Superior Court of New Jersey, Appellate Division (August 25, 2021) The New Jersey Appellate Division faced three appeals, after the state argued that the district court erred (without prejudice) in eight lawsuits against Lisa Ferraro, MD, Yvonne Jeannotte-Rodriguez and Marta Galvan. During the relevant time period, Rodriguez worked as a medical assistant at Dr. Ferraros medical office, and Galvan was office manager and worked with invoicing.
The state claimed that Rodriguez was practicing medicine without a license. ; Dr. Ferraro and Rodriguez fraudulently invoiced for Rodriguez's services; and Galvan went with Rodriguez and Dr. Ferraro to conspire to commit this fraud. The state claims that it provided sufficient
evidence to survive the dismissal and urges us to reintroduce The indictment is the second attempt to prosecute the doctor and her assistant. The district court dismissed the indictment without prejudice and considered that it was "manifestly flawed in its failure to submit any testimony before the jury to support the dates set forth in the indictment.
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