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Phoenix, AZ – On Tuesday, June 13, 2017, the Arizona Department of Insurance (ADOI) Fraud Division arrested Mr. Marcel Deweaver on allegations of fraud schemes, theft, insurance fraud and identity theft.
The ombudsman-citizens aide helps citizens to resolve ongoing issues with state agencies.
With the Department of Insurance move off of its old regulatory system to State Based Systems ("SBS"), the license number for each Arizona-licensed insurance professional (insurance producer/agent, surplus lines broker, insurance adjuster, etc.) changed...
Phoenix - The Arizona Department of Insurance (ADOI) announced today that insurers in the individual and small group major medical health insurance markets can choose to renew transitional policies for a policy year beginning on or before October 1, 2018, provided all transitional coverage ends by December 31, 2018.
Phoenix – On November 30, 2016, the Arizona Department of Insurance Fraud Division arrested 20-year-old Gilbert Martinez, owner of Gilligan’s Auto Glass, on allegations of fraud schemes, insurance fraud, aggravated identity theft and theft.
As has been reported on our website and on healthcare.gov, Arizona’s rates for Obamacare-compliant health insurance for plan year 2017 are increasing significantly. First, I want to say that I am sorry that your rates have increased so substantially. While the Department’s role in rate review is limited, I want to acknowledge your frustration with the rising health insurance costs. It is a difficult time for the Arizona health insurance market and the 2017 plan year will be extremely challenging....
We are aware of a phishing scam targeting insurance professionals claiming that the National Association of Insurance Commissioners received a complaint that the professional submitted a falsified claim. This fraudulent email displays the NAIC and CIPR logos, can originate from what appears to be an naic.org or gmail.com email account, and instructs the recipient to click on a link to download the complaint notification.
Certain antivirus products will detect this as a malicious email. If you receive a similar email and have any concerns, contact the NAIC Service Desk at (816) 783-8500 or [email protected].